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Advance Java 
Advance Java is next level concept of JAVA Programming. "Advanced Java" is everything that is defined in the Java Enterprise Edition API, for example, servlet programming, web services, Java firmness API, etc.

A Java servlet processes or stores a Java class in Java EE that conforms to the Java Servlet API, a standard for implementing Java classes that respond to requests. Servlets could in principle communicate over any client–server protocol, but they are most often used with the HTTP. Thus "servlet" is often used as shorthand for "HTTP servlet”. Thus, a software developer may use a servlet to add dynamic content to a web server using the Java platform. The generated content is commonly HTML, but may be other data such as XML and more commonly, JSON. Servlets can maintain state in session variables across many server transactions by using HTTP cookies, or URL mapping.

Hibernate not only takes care of the mapping from Java classes to database tables , but also provides data query and retrieval facilities. Hibernate is a high-performance Object/Relational persistence and query service.
Hibernate is a Java framework that simplifies the development of Java application to interact with the database. It is an open source, lightweight, ORM (Object Relational Mapping) tool. Hibernate implements the specifications of JPA (Java Persistence API) for data persistence.

Spring framework makes the easy development of JavaEE application. Spring framework is an open source Java platform that provides comprehensive infrastructure support for developing robust Java applications very easily and very rapidly.
Central to the Spring Framework is its inversion of control (IoC) container, which provides a consistent means of configuring and managing Java objects using reflection. The container is responsible for managing object lifecycles of specific objects: creating these objects, calling their initialization methods, and configuring these objects by wiring them together.
Objects created by the container are also called managed objects or beans. The container can be configured by loading XML (Extensible Markup Language) files or detecting specific Java annotations on configuration classes. These data sources contain the bean definitions that provide the information required to create the beans.

Course Features


Basics of Servlet

  • Overview of Servlet
  • Basics of Web 
  • Servlet API 
  • Servlet Interface 
  • GenericServlet 
  • HttpServlet 
  • Servlet Life Cycle 
  • Working with Apache Tomcat Server 
  • Steps to create a servlet in Tomcat 
  • servlet in Myeclipse , Eclipse , Netbeans


  • ServletRequest methods 
  • Registration example with DB

Servlet Collaboration

  • RequestDispatcher 
  • sendRedirect 


  • ServletConfig methods 
  • ServletConfig example 


  • ServletContext methods 
  • ServletContext example 


  • Session Tracking
  • Cookies 
  • Hidden Form Field 
  • URL Rewriting 
  • HttpSession 

Event and Listener


  • Filter 
  • Authentication Filter 
  • FilterConfig 
  • Useful examples 



Basics of JSP

  • Life cycle of JSP 
  • JSP API 
  • JSP in Eclipse and other IDE's


Scripting elements

  • scriptlet tag 
  • expression tag 
  • declaration tag 

9 Implicit Objects

  • out 
  • request 
  • response 
  • config 
  • application 
  • session 
  • pageContext 
  • page 
  • exception 

Directive Elements

  • page directive 
  • include directive 
  • taglib directive 

Exception Handling

Action Elements

  • jsp:forward 
  • jsp:include 
  • Bean class 
  • jsp:useBean 
  • jsp:setProperty & jsp:getProperty 
  • Displaying applet in JSP 

Expression Language



Custom tags

  • Overview of Custom Tag
  • Custom Tag API? 
  • Custom Tag Example 
  • Attributes 
  • Iteration 
  • Custom URI 


JavaMail API


JavaMail API

  • Sending Email 
  • Sending email through Gmail server 
  • Receiving Email 
  • Sending HTML content


Design Pattern


Design Pattern

  • Singleton 
  • DAO 
  • DTO 
  • MVC 
  • Front Controller 
  • Factory Method etc.




  • JUnit: What and Why? 
  • Types of Testing 
  • Annotations used in JUnit 
  • Assert class 
  • Test Cases



  • Maven: What and Why? 
  • Ant Vs Maven 
  • How to install Maven? 
  • Maven Repository 
  • Understanding pom.xml 
  • Maven Example 
  • Maven Web App Example 
  • Maven using Eclipse

Struts 2

Basics of Struts2

  • Struts : What and Why? 
  • Model1 vs Model2 
  • Struts2 Features 
  • Steps to create Struts2 application 
  • Understanding Action class 
  • Understanding struts.xml file 
  • Struts2 in Eclipse IDE 
  • Struts2 in Myeclipse IDE 

Core Components

  • Interceptors 
  • ValueStack 
  • ActionContext 
  • ActionInvocation 
  • OGNL 

Struts 2 Architecture

Struts2 Action

  • Action Interface 
  • ActionSupport class 


Struts2 Configuration

  • multi configuration 
  • multi namespace 


  • Custom Interceptor : Life Cycle of Interceptor 
  • params interceptor 
  • execAndWait interceptor 
  • prepare interceptor 
  • modelDriven interceptor 
  • exception interceptor 
  • fileUpload interceptor 

Struts 2 Validation

  • Custom Validation : workflow interceptor 
  • Input Validation : validation interceptor 
  • Ajax Validation : jsonValidation interceptor 

Aware Interfaces

  • ServletActionContext 
  • SessionAware 
  • Login and Logout Application 
  • ServletContextAware 

Struts2 with I18N

  • Zero Configuration
  • By convention 
  • By annotation 

Working with IDE


  • Eclipse IDE 
  • Netbeans IDE 
  • Myeclipse IDE

Working with Servers


  • Apache Tomcat 
  • Glassfish Server 
  • JBoss Server 
  • Weblogic Server



Introduction to JavaEE

  • The Need for JavaEE. 
  • Overview on the JavaEE Architecture 
  • JavaEE Key Standards 


Introduction to EJB3

  • The EJB Model 
  • Key Services of the Application Server

Developing Session Beans

  • Stateless Session Beans 
  • Stateful Session Beans 
  • Packaging 
  • Writing Clients 

Using Dependency Injection

  • No More JNDI 
  • Injection of EJBContext


  • JMS Overview 
  • JMS Messaging Domains 
  • Example of JMS using Queue 
  • Example of JMS using Topic 

Message Driven Beans

Persistence Introduction to JPA

  • Object Relational Mapping 
  • Mapping configurations 
  • Embedded Objects 
  • EJBQL 

Web Technology



  • Introduction to HTML 
  • HTML Tags 
  • Creating Forms 
  • Creating tables 
  • Managing home page 


  • Introduction to CSS 
  • Three ways to use CSS 
  • CSS Properties 
  • Designing website 
  • Working with Templates


  • Introduction to Javascript 
  • Three ways to use Javascript 
  • Working with events 
  • Client-side Validation





  • Introduction to JQuery 
  • Validation using JQuery 
  • JQuery Forms 
  • JQuery Examples


  • Introduction to AJAX 
  • Servlet and JSP with AJAX 
  • Interacting with database 



Overview of Hibernate

  • Architecture 
  • Understanding Hibernate application 

Hibernate with IDE

  • Hibernate in Eclipse and MyEclipse

Hibernate Application

  • annotation 
  • Web application 
  • Generator classes 
  • Dialects 

Hibernate Logging

  • Hibernate with Log4j 1 and 2 

Inheritance Mapping

  • Table Per Hierarchy using Annotation 
  • Table Per Concreteusing Annotation 
  • Table Per Subclass using Annotation 

Collection Mapping

Component Mapping

Association Mapping

Transaction Management



Named Query

Hibernate Level Of Caching


  • Hibernate and Spring 



Basics of Spring

  • Introduction to Spring 
  • Modules 
  • Application 

Spring with IDE

  • Spring in Myeclipse and Eclipse

IOC container

Dependency Injection

  • Constructor Injection 
  • CI Dependent Object 
  • CI with collection and Map
  • CI Inheriting Bean 
  • Setter Injection 
  • SI Dependent Object 
  • CI vs SI 
  • Autowiring 
  • Factory Method 

Spring AOP

  • Course Eligibility

    Knowledge of Core JAVA.

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