Oracle AS 10g R3 Java Programming

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Schedule:
Daytime
Run time:
5 days
Location type:
Open

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Prerequisites:

- Experience of a structured 3GL, such as C or Pascal
- Basic knowledge of the principles of object orientation

Course Description:

In this course, students learn the concepts and essential elements of the Java language. Participants build stand-alone applications, and acquire the foundation skills needed to attend more advanced courses in the curriculum. The development environment used for this course is Oracle JDeveloper (10.1.3.2.0).

Course Objectives

On completing this course, you will be able to:

- Build, generate, and test application components using Oracle JDeveloper 10g
- Access database records from a Java application
- Write stand-alone applications in the Java programmi…

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Description

Prerequisites:

- Experience of a structured 3GL, such as C or Pascal
- Basic knowledge of the principles of object orientation

Course Description:

In this course, students learn the concepts and essential elements of the Java language. Participants build stand-alone applications, and acquire the foundation skills needed to attend more advanced courses in the curriculum. The development environment used for this course is Oracle JDeveloper (10.1.3.2.0).

Course Objectives

On completing this course, you will be able to:

- Build, generate, and test application components using Oracle JDeveloper 10g
- Access database records from a Java application
- Write stand-alone applications in the Java programming language
- Interact with the Oracle Database from a Java Application

Who Should Attend

- Java Developers
- Portal Developers
- J2EE Developers

This course includes the following modules:

Introducing the Java and Oracle Platforms

  • Identifying the key elements of the Java environment
  • The benefits of using Java
  • The Java SE Java Development Kit
  • Using Java with Oracle JDeveloper (10.1.3.2.0)

Defining Object Oriented Principles

  • Defining objects and understand how they are used
  • Defining classes and understand how they are used
  • Defining the O-O principles of Abstraction, Inheritance, Encapsulation, Aggregation, and Polymorphism
  • Introducing the course application class model

Basic Java Syntax and Coding Conventions

  • Introducing basic source and byte file structure
  • Describing the basic language syntax
  • Java file structure (package, import, class)
  • Defining Classes
  • Specifying Methods (entry method main)
  • Placing comments in Java code
  • Establishing Naming Conventions
  • Declaring variables

Exploring Primitive Data Types and Operators

  • Primitive data types
  • What are variables?
  • Declaring and initializing variables
  • What are literals?
  • What are operators?

Controlling Program Flow

  • Using Flow Control in Java
  • Decisions: if, switch, conditional operator
  • Repetition: while, do-while, for
  • The break statement

Building Java Applications Using Oracle JDeveloper (10.1.3.2.0)

  • Exploring the JDeveloper Environment
  • Creating applications
  • Specifying Project Properties
  • Examining the Directory structure
  • New Code Editor Features
  • Re-factoring
  • Using the Help System
  • Using the JDeveloper Debugger

Creating Classes and Objects

  • Using Java classes
  • Defining instance variables and instance methods
  • Creating objects using new and the default Constructor
  • Declaring Instance Variables
  • Calling instance methods
  • Applying Encapsulation in Java
  • What are Class Variables?
  • What are Class Methods?

Class Loading, Object Life Cycle, and Inner Classes

  • Method Overloading
  • The 'this' keyword
  • What are constructors?
  • Defining Inner and Anonymous Classes
  • The finalize method

Using Strings, String Buffer, Wrapper, and Text-Formatting Classes

  • The Java String class
  • String conversion and comparison
  • Overview of wrapper classes
  • Conversions to and from primitive types using wrapper classes
  • Formatting classes
  • About streams
  • Sets of I/O Classes

Reusing Code

  • Specifying Inheritance in Java
  • The super reference
  • Over-riding super class methods
  • Browsing super class references with Oracle JDeveloper (10.1.3.2.0)
  • Acme Video and Polymorphism
  • Limiting methods and classes with final
  • What are Java Beans?
  • Steps to build and use a Java Bean in JDeveloper

Using Arrays and Collections

  • What is an Array?
  • Multidimensional arrays
  • Using Vectors
  • Collections framework components
  • Using Integrators

Structuring code using Abstract Classes and Interface

  • Defining Abstract classes
  • Defining Abstract methods
  • Creating Interfaces
  • The Sortable Interface

Throwing and Catching Exceptions

  • How does Java handle exceptions?
  • Catching and handling exceptions
  • Ensuring code is executed using a finally block
  • Creating exceptions

Accessing the Database with JDBC

  • Connecting to a database with Java
  • What is JDBC?
  • Registering the Driver
  • Getting a database connection
  • Creating a Statement
  • Executing a SQL statement
  • The Prepared Statement object
  • Pooling connections

User Interface Design: Planning a Form Layout

  • Running Java UI Applications
  • Swing features
  • Planning the UI layout
  • Swing Containers
  • Using Frames or Dialogs
  • Adding Components with Oracle JDeveloper (10.1.3.2.0)

Adding User Interface Components and Event Handling

  • Swing Components
  • Swing Components in JDeveloper
  • Adding a component to a form
  • The Java Event model
  • Adding event handlers using Oracle JDeveloper
  • Model View Controller Principles using a List Component

Deploying Applications using Java Web Start

  • What is Java Web Start?
  • Deploying Applications with JDeveloper
  • Creating the Deployment Profile file
  • Making an executable .JAR file
  • Creating and deploying the archive file
  • Using JDeveloper to deploy an application to Java Web Start

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