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Overview
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    Job Opportunities
    Post this Java EE training; you’ll be equipped to pursue a career in software development.
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    Who Should Attend
    Web developers, Java EE application developers, web application architects, application integrators
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    Salary Packages
    A Java Developer can draw a salary between ₹3.5 lakhs and ₹9 lakhs per year.
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    Enhance your portfolio
    The Java EE online course will help you learn skills to be part of leading tech teams.
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    Expert Faculty
    This course is taught by experts with a vast experience in Java EE architecture training programs.
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Job Opportunities
Post this Java EE training; you’ll be equipped to pursue a career in software development.
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Who Should Attend
Web developers, Java EE application developers, web application architects, application integrators
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Salary Packages
A Java Developer can draw a salary between ₹3.5 lakhs and ₹9 lakhs per year.
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Enhance your portfolio
The Java EE online course will help you learn skills to be part of leading tech teams.
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Expert Faculty
This course is taught by experts with a vast experience in Java EE architecture training programs.
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Course Curriculum
1.1 Introduction to JEE
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Overview of JEE
Java EE Stack

1.2 Introduction to JEE Technologies
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Java EE Servers, Containers
Servlet, JSP, XML and Web Services

2.1 Servlets
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What is a Servlet?
Servlets and Servlet API
MVC Model
Lifecycle of Servlets
Servlets and Data
Difference between GET and POST
Understanding HTTPRequest and HTTPResponse in Servlets
Servlet Configuration
Servlet Context
Understanding the RequestDispatcher in Servlets
Difference between Forwarding and Including
SendRedirect
Demo and Exercises on Servlets
Sessions Handling Using Servlets
Types of Session Management – Cookies, HttpSession, URL Rewriting
Filters and Their Use
Filter Chaining
Event Handling using Servlets
Database Connectivity using Servlets
Demo and Exercises using Servlet Technologies

2.2 JavaServer Pages
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JSP Basics
JSP Scripting Elements
Implicit Objects
Exce[tion Handling
JSP Standard Tags
Session Handling using JSP
Expression Language (EL)
Using EL in JSP Pages
JSP Standard Tag Libraries (JSTL)
Creating Custom Tags using JSP
MVC Applications using JSP technologies
Demo and Exercises using JSP technologies

3.1 XML
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Introduction to XML technologies
Overview of XML
Elements, Attributes, Syntax and Semant
Document Type Definition and its use Namespace
XML Schema and Its importance in defining XML documents
XPATH – an Important XML dialect
XSLT – Transforming XML Documents

3.2 Web Services
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Overview
Categorization of Web Services
RPC-based Web Services
ReST-based Web Services
APIs for Web Servicesx
Comparing and Contrasting between RPC-based and ReST based web services

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