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Java EE 5 Resource Center


Java EE 5 Tutorials and Webinars
Data Access Using Java Studio Creator 2
Webinar: “Simplifying Data Access Using Java Studio Creator 2,” fro Sun Microsystems, Inc. Discusses working with data tables, accessing database tables, building custom queries, and data access.
JSF Training Materials
Tutorials: "JSF (JavaServer Faces) Training Materials." Topics include: Introducing JSF: Overview, Pros, Cons, Installation, and Setup; Controlling Page Navigation, Processing Request Parameters with Managed Beans, Using the JSF Expression Language, Using Properties Files (Resource Bundles), Handling Events, Building Input Forms with the h: Library, Using Apache MyFaces Custom Components, Validating User Input and Redisplaying Incomplete Forms, Accessing Databases with JDBC, Using JSF with Apache (Struts) Tiles, Using the JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL) with JSF, and Developing Custom Renderers.
Using Hibernate with the Java Persistence API
Tutorial: “Using Hibernate with the Java persistence API,” from Sun Microsystems, Inc. Discusses setting up your environment, creating the entity classes persistence unit, coding the JSF interface, and testing the project.
Comparing Java EE 5 and J2EE 1.4
Tutorial: "Comparing Java EE 5 Platform and J2EE 1.4 Platform" from Discusses configuring the IDE to use the application server, setting up the Web application project, coding the Web application, and running the project.
Java Persistence in the Java EE 5 Platform
Tutorial: "Java Persistence in the Java EE 5 Platform," from Discusses setting up the Web application project, creating a persistence unit, creating entity classes, creating a Web interface, running the project, troubleshooting, and validation error when running the project.
Java 5 Tutorials
Tutorials: "Java 5 Tutorials." Topics include A Fast Introduction to HTML, Introduction to an Overview of Java, Basic Java Syntax, Basic Object-Oriented Programming in Java, Object-Oriented Programming in Java: More Capabilities, Applets and Basic Graphics, More Java Syntax and Utilities, Asynchronous Event Handling, AWT Components, Layout Managers, Java 2D, Basic Swing, Advanced Swing and MVC, Multithreaded Programming, Multithreaded Graphics and Animation, Network Programming—Clients, Network Programming—Servers, Servers and Forms, Servers and Applets, XML Parsing and DOM, Invoking OS-Specific Programs and Native Methods, and New Features in JDK 1.5.
Servlet, JSP, and JDBC Tutorials
Tutorials: "Beginning and Intermediate-Level Servlet, JSP, and JDBC Tutorials." Topics covered by these tutorials include: Servlets and JSP Overview and Setup, Servlet Basics, Handling the Client Request: Form Data, Handling the Client Request: HTTP Request Headers, Generating the Server Response: HTTP Status Codes, Generating the Server Response HTTP Response Headers, Handling Cookies, Session Tracking, JSP Introduction and Overview, Invoking Java Code with JSP Scripting Elements, Controlling the Structure of Servlets: The JSP page Directive, Including Files and Applets in JSP Pages, Using JavaBeans Components in JSP Documents, The Model View Controller (MVC) Architecture: Integrating Servlets and JSP, The JSP 2.0 Expression Language: Simplifying MVC and Access to Java Code, and Using and Deploying Web Applications.
Advanced Servlet and JSP Tutorials

Tutorials: "Advanced Servlet and JSP Tutorials." Topics include: Servlets and JSP: A Review of the Basics, The Model View Controller (MVC) Architecture, the JSP 2.0 Expression Language, Using and Deploying Web Applications, Controlling Web Application Behavior: The Deployment Descriptor web.xml, Declarative Web Application Security, Programmatic Security, The Web Application Life-Cycle Events Framework, Creating Custom JSP Tag Libraries: The Basics, Creating Custom JSP Tag Libraries: Advanced Topics, The JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL), and Accessing Databases with JDBC.

How EJB3 and AOP Simplify Development
Webinar: "Enterprise POJOs: How EJB3 and AOP Simplify Development," by Bill Burke and Michael Yuan.
Introduction to Java EE 5 Technology
Tutorial: "Introduction to Java EE 5 Technology," from Discusses annotations instead of deployment descriptors, simplified EJB software development, use dependency injection to access resources, Java persistence API model, and Web services.
Java System Application Server Platform Edition 9
Tutorial: "The Java™ EE 5 Tutorial: for Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 9," June 2006, by Jennifer Ball, Debbie Carson, Ian Evans, Scott Fordin, Kim Haase, and Eric Jendrock. Discusses the Java EE application model, distributed multitiered applications, security, components, containers, container services, container types, Web services support, application assembly and deployment, packaging applications, development roles, Java EE 5 APIs, Sun Java system application server platform edition 9, the Web tier, Web modules, configuring Web applications, accessing databases from Web applications, Java servlet technology, servlet life cycle, sharing information, initializing a servlet, writing service methods, filtering requests and responses, invoking other Web resources, maintaining client state, finalizing a servlet, JavaServer Pages technology, creating static content, creating dynamic content, the unified expression language, JavaBeans components, using custom tags, reusing content in JSP pages, including an applet, JavaServer Pages documents, example JSP document, creating a JSP document, identifying the JSP document to the container, JavaServer pages Standard Tag Library, custom tags in JSP pages, scripting in JSP pages, JavaServer Faces technology, using JavaServer Faces technology in JSP pages, developing with JavaServer Faces technology, creating custom UI components, configuring JavaServer Faces applications, internationalizing and localizing Web applications, building Web services with JAX-WS, binding between XML schema, and Java classes, streaming API for XML, SOAP with attachments API for Java, Java for XML registries, enterprise JavaBeans, getting stared with enterprise JavaBeans, session bean examples, a message-driven bean example, introduction to the Java persistence API, persistence in the Web tier, persistence in the EJB tier, the Java persistence query language, introduction to security in Java EE, securing Java EE applications, securing Web applications, securing Web services, the Java message API service, Java EE examples using the JMS API, transactions, and resource connections, connector architecture. Case studies include: The coffee break application, and the Duke bank application. The appendix covers Java encoding schemes.

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Update :: December 12, 2019