Introduction to Java EE 6
The audience for this path includes developers, architects, and system administrators who are interested in understanding the Java EE architecture.
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The Java platform, Enterprise Edition, or Java EE is the enterprise edition of Java. It comprises a group of technologies that enable components for all tiers of an enterprise application to be developed. Java EE is itself a set of specifications. The Java EE 6 software development kit (SDK) is a reference implementation provided by Oracle that enables developers to build, test and deploy Java EE applications.
This course provides an introduction to Java EE 6 including the functions of the Java Persistence API, Enterprise JavaBeans, client side components and the connectivity features in Java EE 6. Preparing the Java EE 6 environment and application components are also covered.
An Architectural Overview
- describe the key features of Java EE 6
- match the client side Java application components to how they can be used
- recognize when different types of web services should be used
- describe the benefits of using Enterprise JavaBeans
- distinguish between the different types of Enterprise JavaBeans
- match the type of enterprise bean to scenarios that fit their application
- describe the key characteristics of JPA 2.0
- identify how to use JPA in a given scenario
- describe how Java EE 6 works
- determine which Java EE web component to use in a given scenario
- determine which web service to use in a given scenario
- determine when to use the different types of Enterprise JavaBeans
Preparing a Basic Application
- describe the key tasks involved in the preparation of a Java EE 6 Environment
- match the component with how it will be used in a Java EE 6 application
- describe the creation of a basic Java EE 6 application
- recognize how to prepare a Java EE 6 Environment
- describe the characteristics of the different components of a Java EE 6 application