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Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition. J2EE is a platform-independent, Java-centric environment from Sun for developing, building and deploying Web-based enterprise applications online. The J2EE platform consists of a set of services, APIs, and protocols that provide the functionality for developing multitiered, Web-based applications.

Some of the key features and services of J2EE:

At the client tier, J2EE supports pure HTML, as well as Java applets or applications. It relies on Java Server Pages and servlet code to create HTML or other formatted data for the client.
Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs) provide another layer where the platform's logic is stored. An EJB server provides functions such as threading, concurrency, security and memory management. These services are transparent to the author.
Java Database Connectivity (JDBC), which is the Java equivalent to ODBC, is the standard interface for Java databases.
The Java servlet API enhances consistency for developers without requiring a graphical user interface.

Introduction

  1. Programming language Types and Paradigms.
  2. Computer Programming Hierarchy.
  3. How Computer Architecture Affects a Language ?
  4. Why Java ?
  5. Flavors of Java.
  6. Java Designing Goal.
  7. .Role of Java Programmer in Industry.
  8. Features of Java Language.
  9. JVM –The heart of Java.
  10. Java's Magic Byte code.
  11. Language Fundamentals.

The Java Environment:

  1. Installing Java.
  2. Java Program Development.
  3. Java Source File Structure.
  4. Compilation.
  5. Executions.

Basic Language Elements:

  1. Lexical Tokens, Identifiers.
  2. Keywords, Literals, Comments.
  3. Primitive Data types,Operators.
  4. Assignments.
  5. Object Oriented Programming.
  6. Class Fundamentals.
  7. Object & Object reference.
  8. Object Life time & Garbage Collection.
  9. Creating and Operating Objects.
  10. Constructor & initialization code block.
  11. Access Control, Modifiers, methods.
  12. Nested , Inner Class &Anonymous Classes.
  13. Abstract Class & Interfaces.
  14. Defining Methods, Argument Passing Mechanism.
  15. Method Overloading, Recursion.
  16. Dealing with Static Members. Finalize() Method.
  17. Native Method. Use of "this " reference.
  18. Use of Modifiers with Classes & Methods.
  19. Design of Accessors and Mutator Methods.
  20. Cloning Objects, shallow and deep cloning.
  21. Generic Class Types.
  22. Syllabus.
  23. Extending Classes and Inheritance.
  24. Use and Benefits of Inheritance in OOP.
  25. Types of Inheritance in Java.
  26. Inheriting Data Members and Methods.
  27. Role of Constructors in inheritance.
  28. Overriding Super Class Methods.
  29. Use of "super".
  30. Polymorphism in inheritance.
  31. Type Compatibility and Conversion.
  32. Implementing interfaces.
  33. Package.
  34. Organizing Classes and Interfaces in Packages.
  35. Package as Access Protection.
  36. Defining Package.
  37. CLASS PATH Setting for Packages.
  38. Making JAR Files for Library Packages.
  39. Import and Static Import.
  40. Naming Convention For Packages.

Exception Handling:

  1. The Idea behind Exception.
  2. Exceptions & Errors.
  3. Types of Exception.
  4. Control Flow In Exceptions.
  5. JVM reaction to Exceptions.
  6. Use of try, catch, finally, throw, throws in Exception Handling.
  7. In-built and User Defined Exceptions.
  8. Checked and Un-Checked Exceptions

Arrays & Strings :

  1. Defining an Array.
  2. Initializing & Accessing Array.
  3. Multi –Dimensional Array.
  4. Operation on String.
  5. Mutable & Immutable String.
  6. Using Collection Bases Loop for String.
  7. Tokenizing a String.
  8. Creating Strings using String Buffer.

Threads:

  1. Understanding Threads.
  2. Needs of Multi-Threaded Programming.
  3. Thread Life-Cycle.
  4. Thread Priorities.
  5. Synchronizing Threads.
  6. Inter Communication of Threads.
  7. Critical Factor in Thread -DeadLock.
  8. Applet.
  9. Applet & Application.
  10. Applet Architecture.
  11. Parameters to Applet.
  12. Embedding Applets in Web page.
  13. Applet Security Policies.
  14. A Collection of Useful Classes.
  15. Utility Methods for Arrays.
  16. Observable and Observer Objects.
  17. Date & Times.
  18. Using Scanner.
  19. Regular Expression.
  20. Input/Output Operation in Java(java.io Package).
  21. Streams and the new I/O Capabilities.
  22. Understanding Streams.
  23. The Classes for Input and Output.
  24. The Standard Streams.
  25. Working with File Object.
  26. File I/O Basics.
  27. Readingand Writing to Files.
  28. Buffer and Buffer Management.
  29. Read/Write Operations with File Channel.
  30. Serializing Objects.
  31. GUI Programming.
  32. Designing Graphical User Interfaces in Java.
  33. Components and Containers.
  34. Basics of Components.
  35. Using Containers.
  36. Layout Managers.
  37. AWT Componets.
  38. Adding a Menu to Window.
  39. Extending GUI Features Using Swing Components.
  40. Java Utilities (java.util Package).

The Collection Framework :

  1. Collections of Objects.
  2. Collection Types.
  3. Sets.
  4. Sequence.
  5. Map.
  6. Understanding Hashing.
  7. Use of ArrayList & Vector.
  8. Event Handling.
  9. Event-Driven Programming in Java.
  10. Event- Handling Process.
  11. Event-Handling Mechanism.
  12. The Delegation Model of Event Handling.
  13. Event Classes.
  14. Event Sources.
  15. Event Listeners.
  16. Adapter Classes as Helper Classes in Event Handling.
  17. Anonymous Inner classes a Short –cut to Event Handling.
  18. Avoiding Deadlocks in GUI Code.
  19. Event Types & Classes.
  20. Networking Programming.
  21. Networking Basics.
  22. Client-Server Architecture.
  23. Socket Overview.
  24. Networking Classes and Interfaces.
  25. Network Protocols.
  26. Developing Networking Applications in Java.
  27. DataBase Programming using JDBC.
  28. Introduction to JDBC.
  29. JDBC Drivers & Architecture.
  30. CURD operation Using JDBC.
  31. Connecting to non-conventional Databases.
  32. J2EE Syllabus.

Advance JDBC Programming:

  1. Overview of Database Driver Architecture
  2. Introduction to JDBC Standard Extension API (javax.sql)
  3. Connection Pooling
  4. JDBC Programming with ORACLE, MYSQL, etc.
  5. Batch Processing
  6. Connecting to non-conventional databases
  7. Use of Excel API
  8. Database cashing (case study with HSDB,CSQL)
  9. Working with Multiple Databases
  10. Handling SQL escape syntax
  11. Calling SQL functions, Database stored procedures
  12. Dealing with Database Metadata
  13. Handling Binary Data (Operation on Image File)
  14. Type mapping & SQL3 Data types

Introduction to J2EE:

  1. J2EE Overview
  2. Why J2EE?
  3. J2EE Architecture
  4. J2EE APIs
  5. J2EE Containers
  6. Java Server Technologies
  7. Servlet
  8. Web Application Basics.
  9. Architecture and challenges of Web Application.
  10. Introduction to servlet
  11. Servlet life cycle
  12. Developing and Deploying Servlets
  13. Exploring Deployment Descriptor (web.xml).
  14. Handling Request and Response
  15. Initializing a Servlet
  16. Accessing Database
  17. Servlet Chaining
  18. Session Tracking & Management
  19. Dealing with cookies
  20. Transferring Request
  21. Accessing Web Context
  22. Passing INIT and CONTEXT Parameter
  23. Sharing information using scope object
  24. Controlling concurrent access
  25. User Authentication
  26. Filtering Request and Response
  27. Programming Filter
  28. Filter Mapping
  29. Servlet Listeners

Java Server Pages Technology:

  1. Basic JSP Architecture
  2. Life Cycle of JSP (Translation, compilation)
  3. JSP Tags and Expressions
  4. Role of JSP in MVC-2
  5. JSP with Database
  6. JSP Implicit Objects
  7. Tag Libraries
  8. JSP Expression Language (EL)
  9. Using Custom Tag

JSP Capabilities:

  1. Exception Handling
  2. Session Management
  3. Directives
  4. JSP with Java Bean
  5. RMI (Remote Method Invocation)
  6. RMI overview
  7. RMI architecture
  8. Example demonstrating RMI
  9. Enterprise JAVA Beans
  10. Enterprise Bean overview
  11. Types of enterprise beans
  12. Advantages of enterprise beans
  13. The Life Cycles of Enterprise Beans
  14. Working with Session Beans
  15. Statefull vs. Stateless Session Beans
  16. Working with Entity Beans
  17. Message Driven Beans
  18. JNDI (Java Naming and Directory Interface)
  19. JNDI overview
  20. JNDI API
  21. Context operations
  22. Using JNDI in J2EE applications
  23. J2EE Syllabus

Struts Framework:

  1. What is Struts?
  2. Struts Architecture
  3. Struts classes – Action Forward, Action Form,
  4. Action Servlet, Action classes
  5. Understanding struts-config.xml
  6. Understanding Action Mappings
  7. Struts flow with an example application
  8. Struts Tiles Framework.
  9. Struts Validation Framework
  10. Internationalizing Struts Application
  11. Struts with Message Resources

Awareness to Other J2EE Technologies:

  1. Java Mail
  2. JTA
  3. Web Services
  4. JMS
  5. ANT
  6. Log4J
  7. JSF
  8. Hibernate
  9. Spring Framework
  10. Design Pattern

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