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JSP/Servlets Training Course Objective * Explaining HTML and HTTP. * Explaining JSP and Servlets. * To explain the use of directives on JSPs. * Implementing simple JSPs that use Java code in declarations, expressions and scrip

Advance Java Training

     

1. Programming with Servlets & JSP

JSP/Servlets  Training Course Objective

  • Explaining  HTML and HTTP.
  • Explaining  JSP and Servlets.
  • To explain the use of directives on JSPs.
  • Implementing simple JSPs that use Java code in declarations, expressions and scriptlets.
  • Using the implicit objects available for scripting elements.
  • Using Java exception handling and JSP error pages to handle errors. 
  • Explaining  session management. 
  • Managing cookies to store client-specific information. 
  • Describing custom tags in JSP. 
  • Describing the various uses of  XML in JSP applications.
  • Describing the uses of the JSP expression language to simplify dynamic page output.
  • Deriving information from parsed XML content by using XPath expressions.
  • Implementing conditional processing and loops based on XML information.
  • Applying XSLT transformations to XML content.
Eligibility
Having the working knowledge of the following languages.
  • HTML
  • XML

JSP/Servlet  Training Course Outline

 

1. Introduction to Java Server Pages

  • Web Applications
  • The World Wide Web
  • HTML
  • Web Servers
  • HTTP
  • Dynamic Web Pages
  • CGI
  • Java Web Technologies
  • Servlet
  • JSP
  • JSP Architecture
  • JSP Containers
  • Servlets Architecture
  • Page Translation
  • Directives
  • Buffering
  • Scripting Elements
  • JSP Expressions
  • Standard Actions
  • Custom Actions and JSTL
  • Implicit Objects
  • JSP Lifecycle
  • Scripting Elements
  • Scriptlets
  • Expressions
  • Declarations
  • Implicit Objects for Scriptlets
  • Request Object
  • Response Object
  • Out Object
  • Using JavaBeans
  • Separating Presentation and Business Logic
  • JSP Actions
  • JavaBeans
  • <jsp:useBean>
  • <jsp:getProperty> and <jsp:setProperty>
  • Form Parameters with Beans
  • The Expression Language and the JSTL
  • The JSP Expression Language
  • EL Syntax
  • Error Handling
  • Implicit Objects 
  • The JSP Standard Tag Library
  • Role of JSTL
  • The Core Actions
  • Using Beans with JSTL
  • The Formatting Actions
  • Scripts vs. EL/JSTL
  • Advanced JSP Features
  • Web Components
  • Forwarding
  • Inclusion
  • Passing Parameters
  • Custom Tag Libraries
  • Tag Library Architecture
  • Implementing in Java or JSP
  • XML and JSP
  • JSP and Web Services
2.The JSP Standard Tag Library

  • JSTL
  • The JSP Standard Tag Library
  • JSTL Namespaces
  • Going Scriptless
  • Object Instantiation
  • Sharing Objects
  • Decomposition
  • Parameterization
  • The Core Actions
  • The JSTL Core Library
  • <c:out>
  • <c:set>
  • Conditional Processing
  • Iterative Processing
  • Iterating Over Maps
  • Tokenizing Strings
  • Catching Exceptions
  • Resource Access
  • The Formatting and i18n Actions
  • The JSTL Formatting Library
  • Locales
  • Determining Locale
  • Time Zones
  • Setting Locale and Time Zone
  • Formatting and Parsing Dates
  • Formatting and Parsing Numbers
  • Internationalization
  • Working with Resource Bundles
  • Supporting Multiple Languages
  • The SQL Actions
  • The JSTL SQL Library
  • Using Relational Data
  • Connecting with a DriverManager
  • Connecting via a DataSource
  • The Result Interface
  • Making a Query
  • Inserts, Updates and Deletes
  • Parameterized SQL
  • Transactions
  • The XML Actions
  • The JSTL XML Library
  • Using XML
  • XML Data Sources
  • Parsing and Addressing
  • Using XPath in JSTL
  • XPath vs. EL
  • XPath Context
  • Implicit Objects for XPath
  • Conditional Processing
  • Iterative Processing
  • Changing XPath Context
  • Working with XML Namespaces
  • Using XSLT
  • Chaining Transformations
  • Reading XML from the Request Body
  • XML and SOAP Web Services

     

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Posted on: March 25, 2008

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