23-24 March 2004, 14-21,
920 EUR (excl. 21% VAT)
A Complete Technology Overview of the Java 2, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) Platform
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During this seminar, we offer you a complete overview of the basic architecture of J2EE
as well as an in-depth description of all the components of the Java
2 Enterprise Edition. Participants will learn the purpose and significance of
J2EE, but also insight in which development skills are required, and how
the development process should be organized.
This seminar starts with a
review of the J2EE architecture, but the main part of this seminar
consists of a description of all the J2EE technologies: Java Naming and
Directory Interface (JNDI) for directory-based applications, Servlets,
JavaServer Pages (JSP), Tag Libraries, Java Messaging Service (JMS) and JavaMail
for messaging, RMI-IIOP for distributed applications, JavaIDL, JDBC for talking
to databases, JTS/JTA for transactions, JCA for connecting to legacy systems,
the Java API's for XML (JAXPack) for XML-based applications, Enterprise Java Beans (EJB)
for reuse, ...
Furthermore, we will discuss a number of typical architectures
and typical solutions, which are becoming more and more popular as the
'J2EE blueprints', best practices and design patterns.
We finish this two-day seminar with a discussion of the available tools
for J2EE development and deployment, and a brief comparison of J2EE and .NET.
Purpose of this seminar
- Presents an overview of the Java 2 platform
- Describes the main J2EE architectural elements (components, containers, and
- Defines the role of EJB in J2EE - so that
you know if you have to use it, or can avoid it ...
- Explains the benefits of using standard J2EE component technology with off-the- shelf applications and Web
Identifies some of the trade offs between using servlets as compared to JSP
- Describes how XML-based applications and
Web services can be built using J2EE
- Explains how the messaging is done with J2EE
- Explains how the J2EE platform enables faster time-to-market e-commerce solutions for your
organization and customers
Who should attend this seminar ?
This seminar is designed primarily for strategic planners, system architects, and
technical decision makers in technology, tools and development standards. This course will also be
of interest to corporate consultants and developers
who want an up-to-date overview of the Java/J2EE technology that is available
for building enterprise applications.