Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module A802. This module is presented on Private Courses
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Have you ever wondered why that are so many file extensions ending in "a r"? It's because the "ar" stands for archive, and it's such a reasonable way of naming file that the original tar which stands for tape archive was picked up by Sun and the Java community and transmuted into other file formats.
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Topics covered in this module
JBoss introduction and installation
creating a J2EE project
creating, deploying and testing a "hello world" bean
Java Transaction API (JTA)
Java Transaction Service (JTS)
Java Messaging Service (JMS)
Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) and RMI
Stateless and Stateful session beans
DAO (Data Access Objects)
BMP (Bean managed persistance) components
CMP (Container Managed Persisitance) components
MDB (Message Drive Bean) compponents
Finder methods, Business methods, Callback methods, Create methods - examples
Test Clients and integration with Web Service layer
SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) and Axis
WSDL (Web Services Description Language)
UDDI (Universal Description Discovery and Integration)
Sample app - creating a database schema.
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