Training JSP / Comprehensive – 4 days

Class overview :

This four-day course develops skills in JavaServer Pages, or JSP, which is the standard means of authoring dynamic content for Web applications under the Java Enterprise platform. It treats JSP 2.0, including older features such as scriptlets but focusing on newer features and techniques, including JSP expressions and the JSTL.

Class goals :

Explain the fundamentals of HTML and HTTP in the World Wide Web.
Describe the CGI and its role in implementing interactive Web applications.
Describe JavaServer Pages and their relationship to servlets and J2EE generally.
Describe how a JSP is translated into a servlet and processed at runtime.
Explain the use of directives on JSPs and outline the principal directives.
Implement simple JSPs that use Java code in declarations, expressions and scriptlets.
Enumerate and use the implicit objects available to scripting elements.
Explain the use of HTML forms in Web applications.
Implement an interactive Web application using JSP.
Use Java exception handling and JSP error pages to handle errors in JSP applications.
Implement session management for a JSP application.
Manage cookies to store client-specific information at various scopes and durations.
Explain the use of JavaBeans in JSP and their role in enhancing the separation of business logic from page design.
Use Beans to implement effective interactive JSP applications.
Describe the use of the JSP expression language in simplifying dynamic page output.
Write JSP expressions and implement JSPs that use them in favor of scripts.
Describe the role of the JSP Standard Tag Library in JSP development.
Implement JSPs that use basic JSTL actions to simplify presentation logic.
Describe custom tags in JSP and explain how they are implemented, both using Java and JSP itself, and how they are used.
Discuss threading issues in JSP and describe the use of directives to control how threading is handled.
Describe the various uses of XML in JSP applications.
Deploy a logical Web application to a Web server in a WAR file.
Describe the use of the JSP expression language to simplify dynamic page output.
Write JSP expressions and implement JSPs that use them in favor of scripts.
Implement JSPs that use basic JSTL actions to simplify presentation logic.
Decompose a JSP application design into fine-grained, reusable elements including JavaBeans, custom tag handlers and tag files that use JSTL.
Use core JSTL actions to complement standard actions, custom actions, and JSP expressions for seamless, script-free page logic.
Direct conditional and iterative processing of page content by looping through ranges of numbers, over elements in a collection, or over tokens in a master string.
Import external resources by URL for processing, or redirect the JSP container to an external resource to handle the current request.
Set locale and time zone information in JSPs, and use them to correctly format numbers, dates and times for all clients.
Use resource bundles to manage application strings, and produce the appropriate strings at runtime for a particular client locale.
Locate a data source, query for relational data, and parse result sets.
Perform updates, inserts and deletes on relational data using SQL actions.
Manage queries and updates in transaction contexts.
Parse XML content from a variety of sources.
Derive information from parsed XML content using XPath expressions.
Implement conditional processing and loops based on XML information.
Apply XSLT transformations to XML content.
Implement a simple Web service that reads and writes SOAP.

Content of Training JSP / Comprehensive

Class Outline

  1. Web Applications
    1. The World Wide Web
    2. HTML
    3. Web Servers
    4. HTTP
    5. Dynamic Web Pages
    6. CGI
    7. Java Web Technologies
    8. Servlets
    9. JSP
  2. JSP Architecture
    1. JSP Containers
    2. Servlet Architecture
    3. Page Translation
    4. Types of JSP Content
    5. Directives
    6. Content Type
    7. Buffering
    8. Scripting Elements
    9. JSP Expressions
    10. Standard Actions
    11. Custom Actions and JSTL
    12. Objects and Scopes
    13. Implicit Objects
    14. JSP Lifecycle
  3. Scripting Elements
    1. Translation of Template Content
    2. Scriptlets
    3. Expressions
    4. Declarations
    5. Dos and Don’ts
    6. Implicit Objects for Scriptlets
    7. The request Object
    8. The response Object
    9. The out Object
  4. Interactive JSP Applications
    1. HTML Forms
    2. Reading CGI Parameters
    3. JSPs and Java Classes
    4. Error Handling
    5. Session Management
    6. The Session API
    7. Cookies and JSP
  5. Using JavaBeans
    1. Separating Presentation and Business Logic
    2. JSP Actions
    3. JavaBeans
    4. Working with Properties
    5. <jsp:useBean>
    6. <jsp:getProperty> and <jsp:setProperty>
    7. Using Form Parameters with Beans
    8. Objects and Scopes
    9. Working with Vectors
  6. The Expression Language and the JSTL
    1. Going Scriptless
    2. The JSP Expression Language
    3. EL Syntax
    4. Type Coercion
    5. Error Handling
    6. Implicit Objects for EL
    7. The JSP Standard Tag Library
    8. Role of JSTL
    9. The Core Actions
    10. Using Beans with JSTL
    11. The Formatting Actions
    12. Scripts vs. EL/JSTL
  7. Advanced JSP Features
    1. Web Components
    2. Forwarding
    3. Inclusion
    4. Passing Parameters
    5. Custom Tag Libraries
    6. Tag Library Architecture
    7. Implementing in Java or JSP
    8. Threads
    9. Strategies for Thread Safety
    10. XML and JSP
    11. JSP for Web Services
  8. JSTL Overview
    1. The JSP Standard Tag Library
    2. The JSP Expression Language
    3. EL Syntax
    4. Type Coercion
    5. Error Handling
    6. Implicit Objects for EL
    7. JSTL Namespaces
    8. Using JSTL in a Page
    9. The Core Actions
    10. Going Scriptless
    11. Object Instantiation
    12. Sharing Objects
    13. Decomposition
    14. Parameterization
  9. The Core Actions
    1. The JSTL Core Library
    2. <c:out>
    3. <c:set>
    4. Gotchas
    5. Conditional Processing
    6. Iterative Processing
    7. Iterating Over Maps
    8. Tokenizing Strings
    9. Catching Exceptions
    10. Resource Access
  10. The Formatting and i18n Actions
    1. The JSTL Formatting Library
    2. Locales
    3. Determining Locale
    4. Time Zones
    5. Setting Locale and Time Zone
    6. Formatting and Parsing Dates
    7. Formatting and Parsing Numbers
    8. Internationalization
    9. Working with Resource Bundles
    10. Supporting Multiple Languages
  11. The SQL Actions
    1. The JSTL SQL Library
    2. Using Relational Data
    3. Connecting with a DriverManager
    4. Connecting via a DataSource
    5. The Result Interface
    6. Making a Query
    7. Inserts, Updates and Deletes
    8. Parameterized SQL
    9. Transactions
  12. The XML Actions
    1. The JSTL XML Library
    2. Using XML
    3. XML Data Sources
    4. Parsing and Addressing
    5. Using XPath in JSTL
    6. XPath vs. EL
    7. XPath Context
    8. Implicit Objects for XPath
    9. Conditional Processing
    10. Iterative Processing
    11. Changing XPath Context
    12. Working with XML Namespaces
    13. Using XSLT
    14. Chaining Transformations
    15. Reading XML from the Request Body
    16. XML and SOAP Web Services
JSP / Comprehensive
Training JSP / Comprehensive

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