Java enterprise track - Java EE

Participants are going to develop distributed applications by using the Java (Java EE) enterprise platform. These applications can be connected with a relational DBMS.

During this track, participants will become familiar with:

  • the object oriented techniques for the development of distributed applications;
  • the implementation of standard Java components (beans, servlets, JSP, EJB);
  • the Java APIs and the tools and utilities necessary to build and to test distributed applications;
  • the approach of relational DBMS (JDBC);
  • the preparation of the components and applications in order to use them in a distributed environment.
  • optionally, the use of frameworks like Struts, JSF, Hibernate or Spring.

The combination of Java APIs will be put into practice by means of a case study at the end of this track.


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 let us know.

Intended for

Developers who are going to use Java in order to build distributed applications on a Java EE platform.


Participants should be familiar with the basic Java environment (see Java core track - Java SE) and RDBMS concepts (see course SQL and relational databases fundamentals).

Main topics

This track is based on some standard ABIS courses. All courses are well coordinated; the knowledge obtained can be reused and elaborated on.

The course Rational Application Developer (RAD) is optional depending on the IDE product that is used in practise. For in-house tracks other tools can be used.

Training method

During each course, participants will have sufficient time to do exercises using the knowledge obtained; this knowledge is indispensable during the case study. During this case study, participants learn to manage and guide a project; they also learn to work in group on a well-structured distributed application.


10 days (without optional courses).

Course leader

an ABIS instructor.

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