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  • Introduction to Java
  • Simple, Object Oriented and Familiar
  • Robust and Secure
  • Interpreted, Threaded, and Dynamic
  • Primitive Data Types
  • Arithmetic and Relational Operators
  • Arrays
  • Strings
  • Multi-Level Break
  • Memory Management and Garbage Collection
  • The Background Garbage Collector
  • Integrated Thread Synchronization
  • Features Removed from C and C++
  • Java is Object Oriented
  • Object Technology in Java
  • What Are Objects?
  • Basics of Objects
  • Classes
  • Instantiating an Object from its Class
  • Constructors
  • Methods and Messaging
  • Finalizers
  • Subclasses
  • Java Language Interfaces
  • Access Control
  • Packages
  • Class Variables and Class Methods
  • Abstract Methods
  • Architecture Neutral, Portable, and Robust
  • Interpreted and Dynamic
  • Dynamic Loading and Binding
  • The Fragile Super class Problem
  • Solving the Fragile Super class Problem
  • Run-Time Representations
  • Security in Java Memory Allocation and Layout
  • Security Checks in the Class Loader
  • The Byte Code Verification Process
  • The Byte Code Verifier
  • Security in the Java Networking Package
  • Multithreading
  • Threads at the Java Language Level
  • Integrated Thread Synchronization
  • Multithreading Support--Conclusion
  • Performance and Comparisons
  • Performance
  • The Java Language Compared
  • A Major Benefit of Java: Fast and Fearless Prototyping
  • Java Base System and Libraries
  • Java Language Classes
  • Input Output Package
  • Utility Package
  • Abstract Window Toolkit
  • The Hot Java World-Wide Web Browser
  • The Evolution of Cyberspace
  • The HotJava Browser--A New Concept in Web Browsers
  • Dynamic Content
  • Dynamic Types
  • Dynamic Protocols
  • Freedom to Innovate
  • Implementation Details
  • Security The First Layer--the Java Language Interpreter
  • The Next Layer--the Higher Level Protocols
  • HotJava--the Promise
  • Applets
    • Getting Started With Applets
    • Defining an Applet Subclass
    • Methods for Milestones
    • Life Cycle of an Applet
    • Applet's Execution Environment
    • Developing an Applet
    • Deploying an Applet
    • Deploying With the Applet Tag
    • Doing More With Applets
    • Finding and Loading Data Files
    • Defining and Using Applet Parameters
    • Displaying Short Status Strings
    • Displaying Documents in the Browser
    • Invoking JavaScript Code From an Applet Invoking Applet Methods From JavaScript Code
    • Manipulating DOM of Applet's Web Page
    • Displaying a Customized Loading Progress Indicator
    • Writing Diagnostics to Standard Output and Error Streams
    • Developing Draggable Applets
    • Communicating With Other Applets
    • Working With a Server-Side Application
    • Network Client Applet Example
  • DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING (JDBC)
    • What Is the JDBC API?
    • Driver Types
    • Two-tier and Three-tier Models
    • Connection Overview
    • Transactions
    • DriverManager Overview
    • Statement Overview
    • Sending Batch Updates
    • ResultSet Overview
    • Types of Result Sets
    • Concurrency Types
    • PreparedStatement Overview
    • CallableStatement Overview
  • JDBC SQL Programming
    • Error Checking and the SQLException Class
    • The SQLWarning Class
    • JDBC Types
    • Executing SQL Queries
    • ResultSetMetaData
    • Executing SQL Updates
    • Using a PreparedStatement
    • Parameterized Statements
    • Stored Procedures
    • Transaction Management
  • Getting Started with Swing
    • Learning Swing with the NetBeans IDE
    • Using Swing Components
    • Concurrency in Swing
    • Using Other Swing Features
    • Laying Out Components Within a Container
    • Modifying the Look and Feel
    • Drag and Drop and Data Transfer
    • Writing Event Listeners
    • J2EE
      • Introduction to Enterprise Edition
      • Distributed Multitier Applications
      • J2EE Containers
      • Web Services Support
      • Packaging Applications
      • J2EE 1.4 APIs
    • Java Servlet Technology
      • What is Web Application?
      • What Is a Servlet?
      • Servlet Life Cycle
      • Sharing Information
      • Using Scope Objects
      • Controlling Concurrent Access
      • Getting Information from Requests
      • Constructing Responses
      • Filtering Requests and Responses
      • Programming Filters
      • Customized Requests and Responses
      • Specifying Filter Mappings
      • Invoking Other Web Resources
      • Including Other Resources in the Response
      • Transferring Control
      • Accessing the Web Context
      • Maintaining Client State
      • Session Management Session
      • Tracking Tracking Service Requests
      • Notifying Methods to Shut Down
      • Creating Polite Long-Running Methods
    • JSP Technology
      • JavaServer Pages Technology
      • The Life Cycle of a JSP Page
      • Translation and Compilation
      • Creating Static Content
      • Response and Page Encoding
      • Creating Dynamic Content
      • Using Objects within JSP Pages
      • Expression Language
      • Deactivating Expression Evaluation
      • Implicit Objects
      • Literals & Operators
      • Reserved Words
      • JavaBeans Components
      • Reusing Content in JSP Pages
      • Transferring Control
      • jsp:param Element
      • Including an Applet
      • Setting Properties for
      • Groups of JSP Pages
  • Message Driven Bean
    • The Application Client
    • The Message-Driven Bean Class
    • The onMessage Method
    • The ejbCreate and ejb
    • Remove Methods
    • Advanced Enterprise Beans
    • EJB: Query Language
    • Terminology
    • Simplified Syntax
    • Simple Finder Queries
    • Navigate to Related Beans
    • Other Conditional Expressions
    • Select Queries
    • BNF Symbols
    • BNF Grammar of EJB QL
    • FROM Clause
    • Path Expressions
    • WHERE Clause
    • SELECT Clause
    • ORDER BY Clause
  • Enterprise Beans
    • What Is an Enterprise Bean?
    • What Is a Session Bean?
    • What Is an Entity Bean?
    • What Is a Message-Driven Bean?
    • Client Access with Interfaces
    • The Contents of an Enterprise Bean
    • Naming Conventions for Enterprise Beans
    • The Life Cycles of Enterprise Beans
  • Bean Managed Persistence
    • Entity Bean Class
    • Home Interface
    • Remote Interface
    • Mapping Table Relationships for BMP
    • One-to-One Relationships
    • One-to-Many Relationships
    • Many-to-Many Relationships
    • Primary Keys for BMP
  • Session Bean
    • Session Bean Class
    • Home Interface
    • Remote Interface
    • Helper Classes
    • Creating the Application
    • Stateless Session Bean
    • Implementation Class
    • Container Managed Persistence
    • Method Invocations
    • Building and Running
    • Creating the Database Tables
    • Creating the Data Source
    • Capturing the Table Schema
    • Building the Enterprise Beans
    • Primary Keys for CMP
    • Finder and Selector Methods
  • Java Message Service API
    • Overview
    • What Is Messaging?
    • When Can You Use the JMS API?
    • Basic JMS API Concepts
    • JMS API Architecture
    • The JMS API Programming Model
    • Administered Objects
    • Connections
    • Sessions
    • Message Producers
    • Message Consumers
    • Writing Simple JMS Client Applications
  • Spring
    • Spring Core
    • Dependency Injuction
    • Aspect Oriented Programming
    • Major concepts in
    • Spring Spring Architecture
    • Installation Procedure
    • Spring in Web Application
    • Bean descriptor
    • Spring and Struts
    • Spring data access
    • Spring using Hibernate
  • XML Programming
    • Intoduction to XML
    • Robustness & Extensibility
    • XML Syntax & Documents
    • XML Applications
    • Elements and Tags
    • Text and Attributes
    • XML Declaration & Comments
    • Processing Instructions
    • Entities & Namespaces
    • DTDs & Schemas
    • Style sheets & XSL
    • SOAP, Writing XML with Java
    • Output Streams, Writers, and Encodings
    • Converting Flat Files to XML
    • Reading XML
    • InputStreams and OuputStreams
  • Hibernate
    • Introduction to O-R Mapping
    • Hibernate Basics, Object Identifier
    • One-to-One Association
    • One-to-Many Association
    • Many-to-One Association
    • Many-to-Many Association
    • Collection Mapping
    • Component Mapping
    • Inheritance Mapping
    • Hibernate Query Language
    • Hibernate in Web Application
  • AJAX
    • Introduction to AJAX
    • AJAX Components
    • HTML & CSS, JavaScript & DOM
    • XMLHttpRequest Server Side Code
    • AJAX - JSP Application
    • Project Development
    • Requirement analysis
    • Requirement specification
    • Requirements review
    • Minutes of Meeting
    • Preliminary design
    • Preliminary design document
    • Preliminary design review
    • Time Sheet Management
    • Detailed design
    • Detailed design document
    • Detailed design review
    • Code, Code review, Comment review
    • Unit testing, Implementation
    • Acceptance testing
    • Training, Maintenance
  • STRUTS
    • Introduction
    • The MVC Design Pattern
    • System State and Business Logic
    • JSP Pages and Presentation
    • Components
    • ActionServlet and ActionMapping
    • Struts Control Flow
    • Building Model Components
    • ActionForm Beans
    • Forms and FormBean Interactions
    • Automatic Form Validation
    • Building Controller Components
    • The ActionServlet
    • ActionForm Classes & Action Classes
    • The ActionMapping Implementation
    • The Struts Configuration File
    • Controller Configuration
    • Module Configuration Files
    • Add Struts Components To Your Application
    • Logging in Struts Applications
  • Java Server Faces
    • Introduction to JSF
    • JSF Features
    • JSF for Web Application
    • JSF components
    • JSF Tags, Life Cycle & Architecture
    • JSF Renderers
    • JSF HTML Tag Reference
    • JSF Core Tag Reference
    • JSF Facelet Tag Reference
    • JSF Navigation, JSF with Ajax