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00: Course Introduction 6
01: Threads 30
02: Exception Handling and Assertions 36
03: Dates and Numbers 31
04: Networking Java Applications 21
05: Collections 25
06: Generics 26
07: Database Connectivity Part 1 13
08: Database Connectivity Part 2 24
09: Server-Side Programming Using Java Server Pages 19
10: Servlets Part 1 15
11: Servlets Part 2 12
12: Integrating Servlets and JSP Using the Model-View-Controller (MVC) Architecture 17
13: Course Summary 9
Course Survey
Total: 4 hours 44 minutes

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This Java online technical training course, Programming in Java 6 with Swing and Servlets Part 2 teaches you how to use databases and Web technologies with Java. Java 6 is an object-oriented programming language specifically created for developing applications that will run on a local-area network (LAN) or on the Internet. After completing this Java 6 online training course, you will be able to create multi-threaded, networked applications, use generics, access relational databases, and use servlets.

In order to take this course you need to have taken Programming in Java 6 with Swing and Servlets Part 1 and have experience programming with procedural or object-oriented languages.  Experience with SQL or other GUI IDEs is helpful.

Prerequisites

You need to have experience in programming with any procedural or object-oriented language, experience with SQL or other GUI IDEs will be helpful and have completed Programming in Java 6 with Swing and Servlets Part 1.  If you do not have this experience, we recommend the following GogoTraining courses:

 

Objectives

Upon completion of Part Two of this online Java training, students will be able to:

  • Create multi-threaded, networked applications
  • Use Java 6's new built-in Derby database
  • Use servlets and server-side programming to extend Web server capabilities

 

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Prerequisites

You need to have experience in programming with any procedural or object-oriented language, experience with SQL or other GUI IDEs will be helpful and have completed Programming in Java 6 with Swing and Servlets Part 1.  If you do not have this experience, we recommend the following GogoTraining courses:

 

Programming in Java 6 with Swing and Servlets Part 2 Outline

Module 00: Programming in Java 6 with Swing and Servlets Part 2 Online Training - Course Introduction

Module 01: Threads

  • Understanding Threads and Multithreading
  • Creating Multithreaded Programs
  • Utilize Thread Modifiers

Module 02: Exception Handling and Assertions

  • Understanding Exception Handling
  • Creating Programs with Exception Handling
  • Creating Programs with Assertions
  • Exercise: Thread and Exception Handling

Module 03: Dates and Numbers

  • Performing Date- and Time-Related Manipulations
  • Formatting and Parsing Dates
  • Creating and Working with Locales
  • Formatting Numbers and Currency
  • Searching for Data in Strings and Files
  • Exercise: Working with Dates and Numbers

Module 04: Networking Java Applications

  • Exploring the URL Class
  • Utilizing the java.net Classes
  • Implementing a TCP/IP Server
  • Implementing a TCP/IP Client of Image
  • Exercise: Networking Applications

Module 05: Collections

  • Sets, Maps, Lists and Queues
  • Sorting and Searching Collections and Arrays
  • Generic and non-Generic code

Module 06: Generics

  • Using Generics for Compile-Time Type Safety
  • Sorting and Searching Arrays
  • Mixing Legacy Code with Generic Code
  • Exercise: Working with Generics and Collections

Module 07: Database Connectivity Part 1

  • Using JDBC to Access Relational Databases
  • Working with Java 6's New Built-In Derby Relational Database
  • JDBC Drivers and DriverManager Class

Module 08: Database Connectivity Part 2

  • Manipulating ResultSets for Data Display
  • Statements
  • Metadata
  • Exercise: Database Access Using JDBC

Module 09: Server-Side Programming Using Java Server Pages

  • Server-Side Scripting
  • Java Server Pages (JSP)
  • Client Communication
  • JSP Lifecycle and Events
  • Exercise: Server Side Programming Using Java Server Pages

Module 10: Servlets Part 1

  • Uses of Servlets
  • Servlet API
  • Parsing Servlet Code

Module 11: Servlets Part 2

  • Communicating with Clients
  • Cookies
  • Session Tracking
  • Exercise: Servlets

Module 12: Integrating Servlets and JSP Using the Model-View-Controller (MVC) Architecture

  • Understanding MVC
  • Using Servlets, Resources, Requests and Request Dispatcher
  • JSP Output Using Servlets
  • Exercise: MVC and the Request Dispatcher

Module 13: Programming in Java 6 with Swing and Servlets Part 2 Online Training - Course Summary

 

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  • Module 04 Lab Exercise Files
  • Module 06 Lab Exercise Files
  • Module 08 Lab Exercise Files
  • Module 09 Lab Exercise Files
  • Module 11 Lab Exercise Files
  • Module 12 Lab Exercise Files
  • Database Support Library Files

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  • Minimum of 1 Gb RAM
  • 3.5 Gb free disk space, plus additional space for development
  • Internet access

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  • Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional (SP 3 or later) or Windows XP (SP 1 or later) or Mac OS X release 10.5 or later
  • Java 2 Software Edition (J2SE) 6.0 SDK
  • Java-compatible browser

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