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Advance Java Certification Course
Introduction
Java is one of the most powerful and secure programming languages available in the market that was created more than 20 years back. From large super computers to mobile phones, millions of applications run on Java platform. Java was introduced more than two decades ago and it is still considered as an evergreen programming language in the software development industry for its portable, secure and robust features. There is a huge demand for Java and J2EE developers to develop new applications as well as to maintain the old applications developed in Java.
Our Java Course Syllabus is designed to master your skills in Java programming, development and other essential tools required for developing applications in J2EE. Our course kit includes extensive practical oriented training pointing real-world problems that help students to gain industry exposure and confidence to work with any job requirements.
Course Duration For Core Java

Course Duration For Core Java Course :

  • 6 Weeks ( Regular Batch )
  • 8 Weekends ( Weekend Batch Only )
Eligibility Criteria For Core Java

Eligibility For Core Java Course :

  • BCA | BCS | BSc | BE | BTech | MCA | MCS | MCM | MSc | ME | MTech etc
Advance Java Syllabus
Advance Java
  • Web applications and HTTP basics
  • Servlet
  • Servlet model
  • Servlet Life cycle
  • Servlet container model
  • Coordinating servlet / Information
  • Sharing
  • Http servlet package
  • Session management
  • Filters
  • Listeners
  • Web applications security
  • JSP(Java Server Pages)
  • JSP Elements, Directives
  • Declarations
  • Scrip lets
  • Expressions
  • JSP Actions
  • Comments
  • Implicit objects
  • Expression Language (EL)
  • Model1 and Model2 Architectures
  • JSTL
  • JNDI
  • Resource Connections
  • Data Source objects
  • Connection pools
  • JSP Elements
  • Active users counting by listener
  • Publish/Subscribe Messaging
  • Design Patterns
J2EE

Struts 1.2 + 2.0

Hibernate 3.0

  • Introduction to Hibernate
  • HB Architecture
  • HB using Application and Annotation
  • HB Generator Classes and Dialects
  • Log4j File
  • Inheritance Mapping
  • Association Mapping
  • Transaction Management
  • HQL & HCQL
  • Hibernate Integration with Spring
Spring
  • Introduction to Spring
  • Spring application
  • Dependency Injection and IOC container
  • Constructor Injection with Collection and Map
  • Setter Injection with Collection and Map
  • Auto wiring, AOP Concepts
  • JDBC Template
  • Spring ORM, SPEL
  • MVC with Spring
Tools
  • Eclipse
  • My Eclipse
  • Net Beans
  • IBM RAD
Web Services
  • Tomcat
  • JBoss
  • Web logic
  • Web sphere
Project

Students will be developing a project using Java and its different components. Developing this project will give the students a clear understanding about how to integrate the various Java features into one project which would use the functionality of these features to their maximum. This project will be done under the careful guidance of an experienced faculty.

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