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Advanced Java Training


Course Name : Advanced Java                                                                    24*7 Technical Support
Duration         : 35 hours
Faculty            : Realtime experience

           Sun trainings is a best online center in Hyderabad. We are providing very best online training on Advanced Java.

Highlights in our training:

*  Very in depth course material with real time scenarios.
*  We are providing class with highly qualified trainer.
*  We will provide class and demo session at student flexible timings.
*  In training case studies and real time scenarios covered.
*  We will give 24*7 technical supports.
*  Each topic coverage with real time solutions.
*  We are providing normal track,weekend,fast track classes.
*  We will give every recorded session for play later.
*  We are giving placement support by multiple consultancies in INDIA, USA, Australia, UK etc.
*  We are providing certification oriented trainings with 100% pass guarantee.
*  We will give full support while attending the interviews and contact me any time after completion of the course.

Course Content:

INTRODUCTION

JDBC (Java Database Connectivity):

Introduction
Types of Drivers
Types of Statements – Statement
Prepared Statement
Callable Statement
ResultSet, ResultSetMetaData
Working with Scrollable ResultSet

Swings:

The Java Foundation Classes
JFC Technologies
Swing Features
Swing Components
Comparison between Swing and AWT
Event Handling
Dialogs – Modal and Modalless

RMI(Remote Method Invocation):

Introduction
What is Distributed Object Sytem
Distributed Object Technologies
RMI Architecture
RMI Registry Services
RMI Applications
Removing Objects from Registry

Servlets:

Introduction
Why are Servlets better than CGI
Environment Setup
Web Server Configuration
Servlet Life Cycle
Running Servlet
Calling the Servlet from HTMl
Session Tracking – Using Session API
Using URL Rewriting
Using Cookies
Using Hidden Fields

Java Beans:

Introduction
Component Architecture
Creating a Bean Class
Manifest, Generating jar
Checking the bean execution using BDK
Using the Bean in another Application