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Java Development with JBoss Application Server

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00: Course Introduction 12
01: Introduction and Getting Started 24
02: Going Under the Hood of JBoss Part 1 12
03: Going Under the Hood of JBoss Part 2 23
04: Using J2EE Applications in JBoss 23
05: Building an Application for JBoss From the Ground Up Part 1 15
06: Building an Application for JBoss From the Ground Up Part 2 26
07: Security within JBoss 18
08: Security and the J2EE Security Module 24
09: JMS (Java Messaging Service) and Message Driven Beans 23
10: Container-Managed Persistence (CMP) 24
11: JBoss and Web Services 26
12: JBoss and Other Databases 18
13: JBoss Security Configuration 18
14: Course Summary 11
Course Survey
Total: 4 hours 57 minutes

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Description

This Java online training course teaches students how to use JBoss to implement an application server according to the Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) standard. Java Development with JBoss Application Server training provides a broad overview of JBoss' features and capabilities, highlighting integration with databases, security, customization and integration with Java. The online training course balances instruction with hands-on exercises to confirm mastery of the concepts covered in each module. This course uses  JDK 5.0 or later and JBoss Application Server 4.04 or later.

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Prerequisites

You need to have one year hands-on experience with Java and experience with developing Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs).  If you do not have this experience, we recommend the following GogoTraining courses:

 

Objectives

As a result of taking this Java training, you will be able to:

  • Explain the purpose, benefits and features of an application server.
  • Perform installation and basic customization of the JBoss application server.
  • Install, configure and deploy Java J2EE applications in a JBoss application server.
  • Configure application-specific security within a JBoss application server.
  • Expose application functionality as web services from within a JBoss application server.
  • Integrate your JDBC-compliant database of choice with a JBoss application server.

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Prerequisites

You need to have one year hands-on experience with Java and experience with developing Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs).  If you do not have this experience, we recommend the following GogoTraining courses:

 

Java Development with JBoss Application Server Outline

Module 00: Java Development with JBoss Application Server Online Training - Course Introduction

Module 01: Introduction and Getting Started

  • What do Application Servers Do?
  • Review of J2EE Terminology Used by JBoss
  • Downloading JBoss
  • Installing JBoss
  • Starting the JBoss Application Server
  • Stopping the JBoss Application Server
  • Running JBoss as a Service
  • Exercise: Installation and Initial Configuration of JBoss

Module 02: Going Under the Hood of JBoss Part 1

  • Application Server Structure
  • Key Application Server Directories
  • Application Server Configurations

Module 03: Going Under the Hood of JBoss Part 2

  • Basic Configuration Issues
  • Core Services (logging, security)
  • Additional Services
  • Application Server Web Container (Tomcat)
  • Exercise: Performing Basic Configuration of JBoss
  • Exercise: Exploring Web Server Containers in JBoss

Module 04: Using J2EE Applications in JBoss

  • Reviewing the J2EE Tutorial
  • Deployment Descriptors and Their User
  • Configuring Deployment Descriptors for JBoss
  • Configuring Database Changes for JBoss
  • Configuring Security for JBoss
  • J2EE in the Real World
  • Exercise: Modifying a J2EE Application to Work under JBoss

Module 05: Building an Application for JBoss From the Ground Up Part 1

  • Obtaining the Application Files
  • Compiling the Java Source
  • Packaging the EJBs
  • Packaging the WAR File
  • Packaging the Java Client
  • Assembling the EAR File
  • Exercise: Preparing Initial Assembly of JBoss Application

Module 06: Building an Application for JBoss From the Ground Up Part 2

  • Deciding upon Database Connectivity
  • Enabling TCP/IP Communications and Appropriate MBean
  • Creating and Viewing the Schema
  • JNDI and Java Clients
  • Deploying the Application
  • Exercise: Developing Database Connectivity
  • Exercise: Deploying the Application

Module 07: Security within JBoss

  • Security at an Individual Application Level
  • Security at the Application Server (JBoss) Level
  • Configuring a Security Domain (users.properties; roles.properties)
  • Repackaging the Secured EJBs
  • Reassembling the Secured EAR
  • Re-deploying the Secured EAR
  • Exercise: Securing the Application

Module 08: Security and the J2EE Security Module

  • Authentication
  • Authorization (Access Control)
  • Using the JMX Console to View Application JNDI Information
  • Exercise: Exploring J2EE Security in our Application

Module 09: JMS (Java Messaging Service) and Message Driven Beans

  • Message Driven Beans and their Role in J2EE
  • Reviewing the Message-Driven-Bean Example
  • Compiling and Packaging the Message-Driven Bean
  • Compiling and Packaging the Message-Driven Bean's Client
  • Specifying the Source Queue for the Message-Driven Bean
  • Deploying and Running the Message-Driven-Bean Server
  • Deploying and Running the Message-Driven-Bean Client
  • Managing JMS Destinations through jbossmq-destinations-service.xml
  • Administering Destinations
  • Exercise: JBoss and Message Driving Beans

Module 10: Container-Managed Persistence (CMP)

  • Introduction
  • How CMP Frees Each Bean From Having To Know When To Save Itself
  • Review of CMP Example
  • Compiling Code
  • Packaging JARs
  • Deploying and Running the server
  • Deploying and Running the Client
  • Customizing CMP
  • Exercise: Exploring Container-Managed Persistence (CMP)

Module 11: JBoss and Web Services

  • Introduction to JBoss.net
  • Configuring a Deployed Application to Act as a
  • Web Service Web Service Archive (WSR) file
  • Building and Deploying the WSR File
  • Running the Web Service Client
  • Performing Net Traffic Analysis

Module 12: JBoss and Other Databases

  • DataSource Configuration
  • JDBC-Wrapper Resource Adapters
  • DataSource Configuration Files
  • Exercise: Using MySQL and Oracle 10g as Alternative Back-End Databases

Module 13: JBoss Security Configuration

  • Security Using a Database
  • Security Using Password Hashing
  • Viewing Bean Statistics Data in the Web Admin Console
  • Exercise: Exploring JBoss Security Configuration

Module 14: Java Development with JBoss Application Server Online Training - Course Summary

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System Requirements

Hardware:

  • 1 GHz, 1 GB RAM
  • 1 GB free hard disk space before installation
  • Internet access

Software:

  • Current release of Linux, Mac OS X or Windows
  • Java Development Kit (JDK) 5 or later
  • JBoss® Application Server 4.0.4 or later

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