Final Exam: Javanista
Java SE 15 | Intermediate
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Final Exam: Javanista will test your knowledge and application of the topics presented throughout the Javanista track of the Skillsoft Aspire Java Novice to Javanista Journey.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
allow end-users to delete rows from a database table through the UI of your JSP appconfigure JDBC objects to connect to a databaseconnect to a database from a RESTful Java applicationconsume a REST API by sending a GET request and processing its responsecreate a database schema and table and load it with datacreate a Maven project which uses the MySQL connectorcreate and configure a web service project that works with Java objectsdefine a web service method that responds to a request by returning textdelete data on a database by processing a DELETE requestdeploy and test the connectivity from your JSP app to a database and ensure that queried data is displayed correctlydeploy your SOAP-based application as a WAR file to a Tomcat serverdescribe how the connected nature of a JdbcRowSet can be used to get any updates to the underlying datadescribe the behavior of a batch execution where some queries are invaliddescribe the different methods available to access the data and metadata in an HttpResponse instancedescribe the role of a HEAD request to obtain information about a resourcedescribe the similarities between a JdbcRowSet and a CachedRowSetdescribe the WSDL file for a web service and recognize its propertiesdownload and set up the Apache Maven build automation toolexecute SELECT queries against a database using a JDBC Statementexplore exceptions that arise when parsing json datahandle incoming HTTP requestsimplement a join operation in a Java program using a JDBC JoinRowSetinstall and configure Apache Tomcat serverinstall Maven and use it to create a web service appjoin multiple tables involving different join fields using a JoinRowSetperform a batch execution of parameterized queries using a PreparedStatementread and write json data using org.jsonrecall how the JSON format structures primitives, entities, and arraysrecall the role of the serialVersionUID fieldrecognize some of the important settings of a JdbcRowSet and what their default values are
recognize the differences between a JdbcRowSet and a CachedRowSetrecognize the power of the WebServlet annotation when it comes to mapping servlets to URL endpointsrecognize the types of join operations which are supported by a JoinRowSet implementationrecognize the various fields available in response to an HTTP GET requestserialize objects with nested object referencesset an upper limit on the amount of time you can wait for a response to an HTTP requestset up a JSP page to direct an end-user to a specific error page in the event of an exception being thrownset up a Maven project to build the HTTP client applicationset up an Apache Maven project and specify dependenciesset up Apache Tomcat web server that can be used to serve a JSP applicationset up a web application with Maven and configure a POM file for a RESTful appset up a web method that performs a delete operation in a databaseset up MySQL server on your machineset up the environment to perform hands-on codingset up your machine with a MySQL server and a client application to interact with ittokenize strings using the string tokenerunpack and view the contents of the WAR archive for a JSP application and describe its structure and propertiesuse Apache Maven to build a stub web applicationuse a Statement object to run a series of INSERT queries as a batchuse a web.xml file to define a common error page for an entire JSP applicationuse a web.xml file to define a common error page for the entire JSP applicationuse JDBC to connect to and query a SQL database from a JSP appuse json-simple to read in and write out JSON datause the HttpClient class to send a GET request and process the response, which is returneduse the HttpURLConnection to configure and send an HTTP GET requestuse the Jersey framework to define a method that responds to GET requestsuse the org.json library for JSON parsinguse the transient modifier to omit fields from serializationverify the behavior of a web service app deployed to a Tomcat serverwrite json data using org.json
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