Course Code: WSAD5DD1
1. Up to 12 months access when purchased as part of a Curriculum Package.
Many Domino developers are asking what is WebSphere and how does it fit into my Domino environment? This introductory course designed specifically for Domino developers answers these questions. WebSphere Studio is the tool of choice to develop multi-tier enterprise applications for deployment on a WebSphere Application Server. This course shows how to use the WebSphere Studio's integrated development environment to develop, test and debug Java applications. The J2EE application model is explained and the Model, View, Controller (MVC) design architecture is defined and demonstrated. Learn how to create, test, and debug Java applications, web pages, servlets and JavaServer Pages. Learn how to integrate WebSphere servlets and JavaServer Pages into your Domino environment.
This course is specifically designed for Domino developers and includes numerous tips and hints to bridge from your existing knowledge of Domino development to how to develop WebSphere applications. This course includes many live demonstrations and student activities that you do right in the WSAD development environment. After completing this course and gaining some experience with WebSphere Studio you should be prepared to take the certification exam to become a IBM Certified Associate Developer on WebSphere Studio, V5. The course is the first of a series of planned WebSphere courses by TLCC.
Audience and Prerequisites
Experienced Domino developers with a basic understanding of the Java programming language. The recommended prerequisite courses are:
The system requirements for this course are:
Module 1 - Introduction to WebSphere Studio Application Developer
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