Enterprise Application Integration: Exchanging Data
(JINTEG, Live Instructor-Led Training, 4 days)


Description

In the connected world of today, no data is an island. This SETC certified course introduces programmers Enterprise Application Integration and B2B. Starting with the basic concepts, the students will receive practial, hands-on training in XML, DTD and Schemas before writing Enterprise Java Connectors that bridge legacy systems with modern application servers. Tools to assist in building, debugging and deploying integrated application are covered. By the end of the course, students will have created and deployed a modern application that takes advantage of the tools and techniques presented in this course.

Dates and Pricing


Jan 9 to Jan 12, 2018$2,500/person Feb 6 to Feb 9, 2018$2,500/person Mar 6 to Mar 9, 2018$2,500/person

Outline

Enterprise Application Integration
Process Overview
The Need for Enterprise Application Integration
B2B Business Integration
XML's Role
XSL's Role
XML Web Services
JEE Connectors
Bridges
The Integration Server
Document Definitions and Transformations
Application Integration Overview
Designing XML Schemas
Designing DTDs
Defining Data Transformations: XSL and XQuery
Using XML Beans
Using Message Format Language
Flat File Transformations: CSV, EDIFACT, TSV, positional, etc
Web Service Description Langage (WSDL)
Server Specific XML Features
XML Components Overview
Fast Parser
XML Registry
XPath Pattern Matching
XML Editors
Web Services
Web Services Overview
SOAP, WSDL and UDDI
Web Services Architecture
Tools and Utilities
Creating Web Services with Java
Creating Web Services with Stateless Session Beans
Creating Web Services with the IDE
Web Services Best Practices
Workflows
Workflow Overview
Node Types
Event Models
User Interactions
Parallel Workflows
Legacy Integration with JEE Connectors
JEE Connector Architecture
Java Connector Architecture
JEE Connector Architecture and the Enterprise
Enterprise Information Systems (EIS)
B2B Applications
The JCA
Working with Resource Adapters
Creating Resource Adapters
Client Applications
Third Party Connectors
Implementing Security
Implementing Transactions
Web Logic JEE-CA Configuration
Connector Packaging and Deployment
Connectors and Bridges
SAP Java Connector (jCo)
jCOM Java/COM Bridge
The Tuxedo Connector
Using RMI-IIOP
Application Integration Implementation
Integration Overview
The Producer-Consumer Paradigm
Application Integration Design Console
Custom Application Views
Application View Controls
XML Messages
B2B Interacions
Overview of B2B Interactions
Defining Trading Partners
Binding Management
Trading Partner Certificates
ebXML and RosettaNet
Tools and Utilities
Debugging
About Server Administration
About Integration Administration
JMX
ANT
Deployment
Deployment Overview
JEE Builder: Assembling and Deploying
Scripting Tasks
Enterprise Archives
Auto-deployment