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WebSphere Commerce Suite Programming


Description: 

The objective of this course is to make programmers become expert WebSphere Commerce Suite developers. The course begins with VisualAge for Java team development best practices. It then builds a strong base in advanced WebSphere programming using JSP, EJB, and Servlet. Students are then introduced to WCS commands and EJB development. The course provides a detailed understanding of the most important subsystems such as Order, User, and Catalog.

Topics

  • Advanced Introduction to VisualAge for Java
  • Setting up VAJ Team Development
  • Team Development Best Practices
    • Version Control in VAJ
    • Version Control of File-Based Content (Clear Case)
    • Common Pit Falls and Recovery
  • Change Management
    • Setting up VAJ Team Environment
    • Setting up WCS Development Environment
    • File Version Control
    • Build Process
    • Deployment Process
    • Defect Tracking
  • WebSphere Programming and Best Practices
    • Servlet
    • Advanced EJB
    • JSP
    • JDBC Connection Pooling
  • WCS Programming
    • MVC Pattern
    • Controller Commands
    • Task Commands
    • View Commands
    • Error Handling
  • WCS Subsystems
    • Advanced Understanding of Order, Catalog, and Member Subsystems
    • Database Tables and Their Purpose
    • Available EJB Components
  • WCS Customization Techniques
    • Developing Custom JSPs
    • Extending Existing Commands
    • Combining Existing Commands
    • Sample Customization Scenario
  • WCS Security Model
    • Authentication
    • Command Protection
    • Failure Handling
  • Store Archive and Store Deployment
    • Anatomy of a Store Archive
    • Advantages
    • Building Store Archive
    • Using Store Services Tool
  • Problem Determination Techniques
    • Tracing and Logging
    • Analyzing Log Files
    • Common Problems and Resolutions
    • Measuring EJB and command performance using Resource Analyzer

 
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Prerequisite: 
Intermediate Java developers.  
   
     
Duration: 
5 Days  
     
     

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