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J2EE Course Syllabus


In our J2EE syllabus, we delve into the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition, a robust framework for crafting web-based enterprise applications. Through this course, you’ll explore key components like Servlets, JSP, EJB, JPA, JMS, JTA, JNDI, and more, including practical insights through hands-on projects. Our J2EE Course syllabus is also curated by experts from the IT industry, this makes the syllabus extremely reliable. So, learn our J2EE Course Syllabus at our J2EE Training Institute in Chennai to be on your way to a thriving career.

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Module 1: Remote Method Invocation (RMI)


  • Object Persistence and Serialization
  • Introduction to Distributed Computing
  • RMI Architecture
  • Importance of RMI Registry
  • Developing Simple RMI application
  • Callback Implementation in RMI
Module 2: CORBA


  • Introduction to CORBA
  • CORBA for Distributed computing
  • ORB & IIOP
  • Interface Definition Language (IDL)
Module 3: Java EE Application


  • Java EE Architecture
  • Introduction to Java EE Components, Containers and
  • Connectors
  • Java EE Modules (Web App, EJB JAR, App Client)
  • Structure of Java EE Application (Enterprise Archive)
  • Packaging and Deploying Java EE Applications
Module 4: JNDI (Java Naming and Directory Interface)


  • Introduction to Naming Services
  • JNDI as Java API to Naming Services
  • Using JNDI
Module 5: JDBC Extension


  • javax.sql package (Extension to JDBC)
  • DataSource and Connection Pool
  • Using JDBC and JNDI
Module 6: Enterprise JavaBeans [EJB 3]


  • Introduction to Server-Side Components
  • EJB Design Goals and Roles
  • EJB Architecture
  • Simplified EJB 3 API
  • Metadata Annotations in place of XML
  • RMI over IIOP
Types of EJB


  • Session Bean
  • MessageDriven Bean
  • Entity Bean
EJB Container Services


  • Transactions
  • Security
  • Life Cycle Management
  • State and Persistence of EJB
Session Beans


  • Role of Business Interface
  • Remote and Local Interfaces
  • Session Bean Lifetime
  • Developing Stateless Beans
  • Developing Stateful Beans
  • Standalone and Web Clients
Module 7: Java Persistence API (JPA)


  • Designing Persistent Class
  • Entity Fields and Properties
  • Entity Instance Creation
  • Primary Keys and Entity Identity
  • Entity Relationships
  • Entity Operations
  • Entity Manager
  • Entity Instance Life Cycle
  • Persistence Context
  • Query API
  • Query Language
Module 8: Java Transaction Management (JTA)


  • The ACID Test for Transactions
  • Introduction to JTS & JTA
  • Container-Managed Transactions
  • Bean-Managed Transactions
  • Transaction Attributes
  • Using JTA
Module 9: Security Model


  • Role-Driven Access Control
  • Security Identity
  • Security and the Deployment Descriptor
  • Using Security Roles
  • Accessing Security Information via EJBContext
  • Using JAAS to access secure EJB
Module 10: Java Message Service (JMS)


  • Benefits of using JMS
  • Pub/Sub Model
  • Point-to-Point Model
  • Message Formats, Headers & Properties
  • How JMS fits into EJB system
  • Developing Message Driven Beans (MDB)
Module 11: Web Services


  • Introduction to Web Services
  • Service Oriented Architecture
  • Architecture and Advantages
  • SOAP Significance
  • WSDL Importance
  • Web Service Annotations
  • Implementing a Web Service
  • Java API for XML Web Services (JAX-WS)
  • Writing a Web Service Client

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