Java case study - Java EE
After having followed all the courses of the Java EE track (see Java enterprise track - Java EE), participants can exercise all the elements of a distributed application in an integrated project.
In this case study, you will learn:
- to analyse a complete distributed application and define it into components;
- to implement these components by means of different tools from the Java EE environment;
- to solve problems independently;
- to spend time efficiently.
No public sessions are currently scheduled. We will be pleased to set up an on-site course or to schedule an extra public session (in case of a sufficient number of candidates). Interested? Please contact ABIS.
This case study is designed for Java application developers who will learn to build a complete integrated Java EE project.
In this case study, the knowledge and experience obtained during the Java EE track (see Java enterprise track - Java EE) is required. The content of these courses is required as background.
In this case study, all the aspects of a distributed Java EE application will be treated in detail; the design and the set-up of this application in a database environment are explained.
A data entry system should be adapted in order to bring in new data, which can then be consulted for requested information.
Reporting and logging.
Optional: Java EE frameworks like Struts, JSF, Spring or Hibernate can be used in the case study.
The participants will work in a team guided by a coach. The different stages of the project will be elaborated on independently by the delegates.
an ABIS instructor.
Enrollees for this training also took the following courses:
- Java EE: the architecture explained
- OO concepts and techniques
- Java programming
- SQL and relational databases fundamentals
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