Final Exam: Java EE

Java EE
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Final Exam: Java EE will test your knowledge and application of the topics presented throughout the Java EE track of the Skillsoft Aspire Javanista to Java Master Journey.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • define the dependencies and configurations for a simple JSF application
    download and set up an Apache TomEE web server where a JSF app can be deployed
    give a theoretical and conceptual overview of Jakarta Server Faces
    render data in a tabular form using a JSF dataTable
    develop the backing bean and a Facelet with the UI components for a JSF app
    identify characteristics or components of the backing bean
    define navigations rules for a JSF web application in a configuration file
    configure page navigation using buttons in a JSF Facelet
    configure user-defined and JSF built-in validators to check user input in a form
    develop and set up methods that are triggered once a user changes a value in an input element
    use the inputText component attribute
    set up a JSF application to use JDBC to connect to a database and run a SELECT query
    deploy and test a JSF app that enables insert operations on a database
    develop a method and configure the UI of your JSF app to allow existing data to be removed from a database
    configure a Facelet to display the results of a SELECT query execution on a database
  • create a table in a relational database and populate it with data
    distinguish between stateless and stateful session beans
    outline the features, use cases, and categories of Jakarta Enterprise beans
    download and install the Wildfly (formerly Jboss) application server
    recognize the limitations of a stateless session bean
    develop a client application to locate and connect to a remote session bean and use it to invoke methods
    implement a basic stateless bean that returns text when a method is invoked and then deploys it to an app server
    apply degrees of concurrent access to the methods in a singleton bean
    set a task to execute multiple times using a ScheduleExpression
    create a client application that invokes a task configured with the enterprise bean timer service
    create and configure a messaging queue on a Wildfly application server instance
    using the enterprise bean timer service to set a method to execute after a specified delay
    develop an application that connects to a message queue and places text messages on that queue
    create an entity class in an application that maps to a table in a relational database
    configure a datasource in Wildfly that links up with a relational database

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