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Home > Training > Rational Application Developer (RAD) 7.5 > Servlet & JSP Development Using Rational Application Developer 7.5 Training

Servlet & JSP Development Using Rational Application Developer 7.5 Training

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Course#: WA1703

Students will learn to develop and test server-side applications based on the Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) component model using the IBM software platform of products and tools. Develop and test server-side applications that use servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSPs) for the control and flow of e-business applications.

Topics

 
  • Develop and test servlets
  • Develop and test JavaServer Pages (JSPs)
  • Develop and test Java EE applications following the Model/View/Controller architecture
  • Integrate business logic using Java Beans and Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)
  • Apply best practices to servlet and JSP development

Practical Work

  Students will have the opportunity to build a simple Java program, servlets and JSPs using RAD v7.5. Students will also deploy a Java EE application into WebSphere Application Server v7.0.

What you will learn

  After completing this course, the student should be able to:
  • Use RAD v7.5 as a truly integrated development environment
  • Build servlets according to the current Servlet 2.5 specification
  • Build JSPs according to the current JSP 2.1 specification
  • Build custom JSP tag libraries
  • Integrate servlets and JSPs into a complete J2EE application
  • Test servlets and JSPs using the WebSphere Test Environment
  • Deploy a Java EE application to WebSphere Application Server

Audience

 
JJava programmers who build server-side web applications interested in leveraging RAD v7.5 to streamline their development cycle.

Prerequisites

  Intermediate level Java programming knowledge.
Course WA1733 - Introduction to Java Using Rational Application Developer 7.5 satisfies this requirement

Duration

  5 days.

Outline of WA1703 Servlet & JSP Development Using Rational Application Developer 7.5 Training

Chapter 1 - Java Enterprise Edition (EE) Overview

 
  • Introduction to Java Platform
  • Java Community Process (JCP)
  • Introduction to Java EE
  • Why Move to Java EE
  • Why Move to Java EE
  • Java EE - New and Enhanced Features
  • Java EE - New and Enhanced Features
  • Java EE - New and Enhanced Features
  • Java EE Software Packaging
  • Java EE Technologies
  • Java EE Technologies
  • Java EE Technologies
  • Summary
 

Chapter 2 - Introduction to Rational Application Developer (RAD) v7.5

 
  • The RAD 7.5 Product
  • Eclipse Platform
  • Rational Web Developer
  • Rational Application Developer
  • Key Features in RAD v7.5
  • Key Features in RAD v7.5
  • Key Features in RAD v7.5
  • Views, Perspective, and Editor Areas
  • Basic Operations with RAD Views and Perspectives
  • The Java Perspective
  • The Debug Perspective
  • Navigator View
  • Package Explorer
  • Outline View
  • Task and Problems View
  • Build and Validation
  • Import and Export Project
  • Code Completion, Templates and Snippets
  • Code Completion, Templates and Snippets
  • Searching
  • Setup Compiler Class Path
  • JRE Switching
  • Refactoring
  • Refactoring
  • Changing Class Name
  • Changing Method Name
  • Changing Variable Name
  • Moving a Class to a Different Package
  • Extracting Code to a Method
  • Pull Up and Push Down Methods
  • Migrating Workspace from RAD v6 or WSAD v5.1.2
  • Project Interchange Feature
  • References
  • Summary
 

Chapter 3 - Servlet Basics

 
  • History – CGI
  • Server Extension APIs
  • Java Servlet
  • New In Servlet 2.5
  • Servlet Container
  • Servlet Responsibilities
  • J2EE and Servlet
  • The Servlet Class
  • The HttpServlet Class
  • An Example – Hello World
  • The Servlet Container
  • The Servlet API
  • Life Cycle – Initialization
  • Life Cycle – Initialization
  • Example Initialization
  • Life Cycle – Processing
  • Life Cycle – Processing
  • Life Cycle – Destroy
  • User Input
  • Example – User Input
  • Output to Client
  • Servlet Error Handling
  • Threading Issues
  • Threading Issues
 

Chapter 4 - Servlet Interaction Interface

 
  • Request
  • Request Parameters
  • Request Attributes
  • Request Headers
  • Request Path
  • Other Request Information
  • Response
  • Cookies
  • Components of a Cookie
  • Issuing Cookies
  • Retrieving Cookies
  • Deleting a Cookie
  • Servlet Context
  • Servlet Context
  • Servlet Context Attributes
  • Resource
  • Session Tracking
  • Tracking Techniques
  • Cookies
  • Cookies – an Example
  • HTML Hidden Fields
  • Using HttpSession
  • Session Invalidation
  • An Example of Session Tracking Code...
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  • An Example of Session Tracking Code…
  • An Example of Session Tracking Code…
  • HttpSession - URL Rewriting
  • Summary
 

Chapter 5 - JavaServer Page (JSP) Basics

 
  • JavaServer Pages
  • JavaServer Pages 2.1
  • A Simple Example - Hello.jsp
  • JSP Benefits
  • Evolution of Dynamic Content Technologies
  • How JSP Works
  • JSP Invocation
  • JSP Scripting Elements
  • The XML Syntax
  • The XML Syntax
  • JSP Directive
  • page Directive Attributes
  • page Directive – an Example
  • page Attribute – errorPage
  • page Attribute – isErrorPage
  • Using XML Syntax
  • Directives – include
  • Include – an Example
  • Include – an Example
  • Include at compile time vs. at request time
  • Request time inclusion
  • JSP Declarations
  • Declarations – an Example
  • JSP Expressions
  • JSP Expressions – an Example
  • JSP Scriptlets
  • JSP Scriptlets – an Example
  • JSP Scriptlets – an Example
  • JSP Comments
  • JSP Predefined Variables
  • The request Object
  • The request Object
  • The response Object
  • The out Object
  • Out – an Example
 

Chapter 6 - Using Java Beans with JSP

 
  • What is a JavaBean?
  • Structure of a JavaBean
  • Life Cycle
  • Properties
  • Very Simple Bean
  • Using Java Beans in JSP
  • The tag
  • Java Bean scope
  • in Action
  • The tag
  • The tag
  • Mapping all the request parameters
  • Another Example
  • Mixing Scriptlets and Bean tags
  • Summary
 

Chapter 7 - Model/View/Controller Pattern

 
  • Key Issues for Web Application Development Productivity
  • Web Application Programming Model – MVC
  • Model
  • View
  • Controller
  • JavaBeans
  • MVC Implementation
  • Request Dispatching
  • Request Dispatching - Forward vs. Include
  • Request Dispatching - forward Request to JSP
  • HTTP Redirection
  • Dispatch vs. redirection
  • Redirecting to a JSP
  • Supply Result Information to the JSP
  • A Simple Example
  • Display JavaBean Properties in JSP
 

Chapter 8 - Working with Databases

 
  • What is JDBC?
  • JDBC Architecture
  • JDBC: Basic Steps
  • Loading a Driver
  • DB2 UDB JDBC Drivers
  • Oracle JDBC Drivers
  • Create a Connection
  • Connection
  • Statement
  • PreparedStatement
  • Advantages of Prepare Statement
  • ResultSet
  • ResultSet…
  • ResultSet…
  • Example JDBC Servlet With Transactions
  • Example JDBC Servlet With Transactions
  • Close the Connection
  • Need for Connection Pooling
  • Connection Pooling in JDBC 2.0
  • Connection Pooling
  • Basic Steps in Using JDBC Connection Pooling
  • Access a DataSource
  • Get a Connection
  • Release Connections
  • Connection Pool Example
  • Connection Pool Example
  • Connection Pool Example
  • Resource References
 

Chapter 9 - JSP Expression Language and Standard Tag Library

 
  • JSP Expression Language (EL)
  • Basic Usage
  • Unified Expression Language
  • Built-in Objects
  • Working With Arrays and Maps
  • Operators
  • Full Example
  • JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL)
  • Run Time Version
  • Basic Tags
  • Condition Tags
  • Condition Tags
  • Iterator Tags
  • Internationalization (I18N)
  • Setting Preferred Locale
  • Setting Preferred Locale
  • Specifying Resource Bundle
  • Display Translated Text
  • Display Translated Text
  • Display Number
  • Display Date
  • JDBC Tags
  • Specify Data Source
  • Performing a Query
  • Display Result
  • Pagination Example
  • Function Tags
  • Function Syntax
  • fn Functions
 

Chapter 10 - Servlet Filters

 
  • What is a filter?
  • Why use a filter?
  • Uses for Filtering
  • Features of filters
  • The Filter interface
  • How a filter works
  • In what order?
  • A simple logging filter
  • Configuring the filter
  • Mapping the filter
  • The Web Deployment Descriptor
  • Common filter tasks
  • Request and Response Wrappers
 

Chapter 11 - Servlet Event Listener

 
  • What are Listeners
  • Types of Listeners
  • Writing a Servlet Context Listener
  • Writing a Servlet Context Attribute Listener
  • Writing a Session Activation Listener
  • Writing a Session Attribute Listener
  • Registering Listeners
  • Lifecycle of Listeners
 

Chapter 12 - JSP Custom Tag Development

 
  • What is Custom Tag?
  • Why Develop Custom Tags?
  • The Nature of a Custom Tag
  • The Nature of a Custom Tag
  • Tag Body
  • Fragment Attribute
  • Dynamic Attributes
  • Tag Library Descriptor (TLD)
  • Tag Implementation Options
  • The Simple Tag API
  • Example Tag Class
  • Life Cycle of a Simple Tag
  • The JspContext Object
  • Dealing With the Body
  • Implementing an Iteration Tag
  • Accessing a Parent Tag
  • Working With Fragment Attributes
  • Working With Fragment Attributes
  • The TLD File
  • Defining a Tag
  • Defining a Tag
  • Packaging a Tag Library
  • Using a Tag Library
  • The Tag File Approach
  • Example Tag File
  • The Tag Directive
  • Defining Attributes
  • Working With Variables
  • Working With Fragment Attributes
  • Packaging Tag Files
  • Creating the TLD File
  • Using a Tag File From a JSP
 

Chapter 13 - Java EE 5 Annotation Programming

 
  • What Are Annotations?
  • Example Annotation
  • Java Metadata Specification
  • Where Can Annotations Be Used?
  • Resource Annotations
  • @Resource, @Resources
  • @EJB
  • @Persistence Annotations
  • @PostConstruct, @PreDestroy
  • @WebServiceRef
  • Summary
 

Chapter 14 - Introduction to JavaServer Faces

 
  • What is JavaServer Faces (JSF)?
  • Why Use JSF?
  • Nature of a JSF Application
  • The Sun Reference Implementation (RI)
  • JSF and MVC
  • JSF and MVC
  • Faces Servlet
  • Faces Servlet
  • Faces Servlet
  • Managed Bean
  • The View
  • A Simple JSF Application
  • The Input Form: form.jsp
  • The Result: thanks.jsp
  • The Controller: AddressBean
  • Page Flow or Navigation Rule
  • How Does the Application Work?
  • How Does the Application Work?
  • Under the Covers: The Rendered Form HTML
  • Under the Covers: The Layout Tree
 

Chapter 15 - Managed Bean

 
  • What is a Managed Bean?
  • Why Do You Need Managed Beans?
  • Managed Bean As a Controller
  • Registering a Managed Bean
  • Lifecycle of a Managed Bean
  • Initializing a Managed Bean
  • What Scope to Use?
  • Value Binding
  • Value Binding
  • Property Data Conversion
  • Advanced Property Types
  • Advanced Property Types
  • Component Binding
  • Other Binding Types
  • Basic Input Processing
  • Advanced Input Processing
  • JSF Expression Language
  • Language Basics
  • Use of Expression in JSF
  • Basic Expression
  • Property Access Expression
  • Map Access Expression
  • Complex Access Expression
  • Predefined Objects
  • Operators
 

Chapter 16 - JEE Application Deployment

 
  • Overview
  • Generate Deployed Code
  • Export EAR
  • Separate Client side code
  • Export EJB Client JAR
  • Export Utility JAR
  • JEE Deployment
  • Administrative Console
  • Environment Variable
  • Security
  • Resources
  • Creating JDBC provider
  • Creating Data Source
  • WebSphere MQ JMS Configuration
  • WebSphere MQ JMS Provider
  • Connection Factory
  • Destination
  • Activation Specification
  • Installing Application
  • Starting an Application
  • Summary
 

Chapter 17 - Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs) Overview

 
  • Need for EJBs
  • Distributed Computing
  • Distributed Transaction
  • Distributed Security
  • What are EJBs?
  • Main Characteristics of EJBs
  • EJB Remote Method Call
  • EJB Architecture Components
  • EJB Client
  • EJB JAR File
  • EJB Container
  • EJB Container
  • EJB Server
  • Enterprise JavaBeans
  • Session Beans
  • Entity Beans
  • Java Persistence API - Entities
  • Message-Driven Beans (MDBs)
  • EJB Specification
  • Summary
 

Chapter 18 - JEE Security

 
  • JEE Authentication mechanisms
  • Basic authentication
  • Form-based authentication
  • Form-based authentication
  • Client certificate authentication
  • JEE Authorization
  • Declarative security on Web Resources
  • Declarative security on Web Resources
  • Programmatic security on Web Resources
  • Security role reference
  • Defining security roles using annotations
  • Delegation
  • Delegation
  • Declarative security on EJB Resources
  • Protecting beans using annotations
  • Protecting beans using the deployment descriptor
  • Programmatic security on EJB Application
  • Programmatic security on EJB Application
  • Delegation
  • Delegation
  • Summary
 

Chapter 19 - Introduction to JAX-WS

 
  • What is JAX-WS?
  • Advantages of JAX-WS
  • Why Do We Need a Programming Model?
  • Basic Java to WSDL Mapping
  • Developing a Service Provider
  • The Service Implementation Class
  • The Service Endpoint Interface (SEI)
  • The Service Endpoint Interface (SEI)
  • Service Implementation Options
  • Developing a Consumer
  • Static Client Development
  • The Service Class
  • The Service Class
  • The BindingProvider Interface
  • The BindingProvider Interface
  • The BindingProvider Interface
  • Summary
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