Diploma in Java Technology Details

This course is aimed at the professionals who want to Specialize in Java Technologies. As java is Platform independent it is preferred by most of the Technical experts as the perfect tool for developing the Solutions for todays complex computing requirements

In the field of Java, there are a wide range of career choices and opportunities. Our team of highly experienced experts trains your skills and years of experience in software development and guides you systematically. Under their leadership, students could find or find credible jobs they have been waiting for.
For a long time now, students and working professionals have been in need of software courses. Diginet Infosystems has developed the Java Diploma Training Program, taking into consideration the demand for such courses. Java is one of today's most commonly used languages for programming. We teach you the key concepts and structure of this language. Few include software engineering, web-based design technologies such as HTML, JavaScript within its system-oracle database management.
For applicants with at least a bachelor of study in a relevant discipline, the job opportunities for computer programmers will be most abundant. Computer programmers must always remain evaluated for their language development due to the rapid pace of advancements in computer technology.


Diploma in Java Technology Highlights

Course Duration

4 Month

(3 Months course and 1 month Project)

Learners

50000

Delivery Mode

Class Room Training

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ADVANCE JAVA
  • alt text Placing the Java EE Model in Context
  • alt text Java EE 5 technology addresses these needs

WHO WILL BENEFIT

Students
Engineers
Systems programmers
Coding Enthusiast
Industry

COURSE CURRICULUM

[A]. JAVA Contents

1.Introduction to java programming language
alt text Key features of java technology
alt text Creating and using sample java class program
alt text Compling the java program
2.Beginning to program with java programming
alt text Declairing,initializing and using variables
alt text Datatypes in java,Operators,Type casting
3.Use of decision making constructs
alt text If,If else, Nested If,Switch
4.Use of loop constructs
alt text for,while, do-while,Jumps in loops(Break,continue)
5.KeyBoard Input
6.Developing and using methods
alt text Creating and invoking methods
alt text Passing Arguments and Returning Values
alt text Creating static Methods and Variables
alt text Using method overloading
7.Classes and objects
alt text Programs, access modifiers
8.Constructors
alt text creating constructors
9.Creating and using Arrays
alt text creating One-dimensional Arrays
alt text Setting Array values using length attribute and loop
alt text creating two dimensional array
10.Vectors
11.String Handling
alt text String class,String Buffer class
12.Inheritance
13.Exception Handling
alt text Exception types, try, catch, finally, throw, throws
14.MultiThreading
alt text Thread Priorities,Creating threads using different methods
alt text Thread synchronization
15.Interface
16.Applets
alt text Applet skeleton,html applet tag,simple programs
17.Event Handling
18.Event Source,Event Listener(key board,mouse)
19.AWT Controls
alt text Labels,Buttons,check boxes,choice list
alt text scroll bars,text box,tet area,menu
20.Layoutmanager(Flow,border,grid,grid bag,cardlayout)

[B]. J2EE

1. Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)
  • a. Getting the example to work
  • Step 1: Find the JDBC Driver
  • Step 2: Configure the database
  • Step 3: Test the configuration
  • Step 4: Generate your SQL query
  • Step 5: Modify and paste in your query
  • b. A GUI version of the lookup program
  • c. Why the JDBC API seems so complex
  • d. A more sophisticated example
2. RMI (Remote Method Invocation)
  • a. Remote interfaces
  • b. Implementing the remote interface
  • c. Setting up the registry
  • d. Creating stubs and skeletons
  • e. Using the remote object
3. CORBA
  • a. CORBA fundamentals
  • b. CORBA Interface Definition Language (IDL)
  • c. The naming service
  • d. Writing the IDL source
  • e. Creating stubs and skeletons
  • f. Implementing the server and the client
  • g. Some CORBA services
  • h. Activating the name service process
  • i. Activating the server and the client
  • j. Java Applets and CORBA
  • k. CORBA vs. RMI
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4. Network programming
  • a. Identifying a machine
  • b. Servers and clients
  • c. Testing programs without a network
  • d. Port: a unique place within the machine
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5. Servlets
  • a. The basic servlet
  • b. Servlets and multithreading
  • c. Handling sessions with servlets
  • d. The Cookie class
  • e. The Session class
  • f. Running the servlet examples
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6. Java Server Pages
  • a. Implicit objects
  • b. JSP directives
  • c. JSP scripting elements
  • d. Extracting fields and values
  • e. JSP page attributes and scope
  • f. Manipulating sessions in JSP
  • g. Creating and modifying cookies
  • h. JSP summary
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7. Enterprise Java Beans
  • a. JavaBeans vs. EJBs
  • b. The EJB specification
  • c. EJB components
  • d. EJB Container & Server
  • e. Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI)
  • f. Java Transaction API/Java Transaction Service (JTA/JTS)
  • g. CORBA and RMI/IIOP
  • h. The pieces of an EJB component
  • i. Enterprise Bean
  • j. Home interface
  • k. Remote interface
  • l. Deployment descriptor
  • m. EJB-Jar file, EJB Operation
  • o. Types of EJBs
  • r. Developing an EJB
8. XML
  • a. XML Introduction
  • alt text XML Tree
  • alt text XML Syntax
  • alt text XML Elements
  • alt text XML Attributes
  • alt text XML Validation
  • alt text XML Validator
  • alt text XML Viewing
  • alt text XML CSS
  • alt text XML XSLT
  • b. XML JavaScript
  • alt text XML HTTP Request
  • alt text XML Parser
  • alt text XML DOM
  • alt text XML to HTML
  • alt text XML Applications
  • c. XML Advanced
  • alt text XML Namespaces
  • alt text XML CDATA
  • alt text XML Encoding
  • alt text XML Server
  • alt text XML DOM Advanced
  • alt text XML Don't
  • alt text XML Technologies
  • alt text XML in Real Life
  • alt text XML Editors
  • alt text XML Summary














9. WEB LOGIC
  • a. Web Logic Introduction
  • b. Weblogic Workshop
    • alt text File Types
    • alt text Applications and projects
    • alt text Debugging application
    • alt text Managing build process
    • alt text Compiling
    • alt text Source control systems
    • alt text Message logging
    • alt text Developing web applications
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10. TOMCAT STRUTS
  • a. Introduction
  • b. Building Model Components
    • alt text JavaBeans and Scope
    • alt text Action Form Beans
    • alt text System State Beans
    • alt text Business Logic Beans
  • c. Building View Components
    • alt text Internationalization
    • alt text Forms and Form Bean Interactions
    • alt text Automatic Form Population
    • alt text Automatic Form Validation
    • alt text The Struts Validator
    • alt text Page Composition With Tiles
    • alt textPresentation Frameworks
    • alt textDirect Presentation Techniques
    • alt text Image Rendering Components
    • alt text Rendering Text
  • d. Building Controller Components
    • alt text The ActionServlet
    • alt text ActionForm Classes
    • alt text Action Classes
    • alt text Exception Handler
    • alt text Plugin Classes
    • alt text The ActionMapping Implementation
    • alt text Writing ActionMappings
    • alt text Using ActionMappings for Pages
    • alt text Using Wildcards in ActionMappings
    • alt text Using The Commons Logging Interface
  • e. Configuring Applications
    • alt text The Configuration File
    • alt text Configuring your application for modules
    • alt text The Web Application Deployment Descriptor
    • alt text Add Framework Components To Your Application
    • alt text Logging