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JEE Power Workshop

The Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) has been a proven and established platform for the development of corporate applications for almost 20 years. Java EE is continuously being adapted to the state of the art. With the transfer of the standard from ORACLE to the Eclipse Foundation, further development under the name Jakarta EE (JEE) is ensured. You will find that while JEE is powerful, it is straightforward to program. Using numerous examples and exercises, you will learn how to develop JEE applications. Best practices in the JEE environment are also the subject of the seminar. Differences between the established monolithic and microservice architectures are discussed. Use the opportunity during the seminar to develop a solution for your individual requirements under the guidance of the lecturer using the widespread application server Wildfly.

Target group:

Programmers, software engineers, Internet and intranet developers, software architects


Java basic knowledge

Goals / benefits of the seminar:

  • Comprehensive insight into the components and services of Jakarta EE.
  • Practical experience in the implementation of applications with Jakarta EE.
  • Established software architectures for the use of Jakarta EE.


  • Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB): Basics, tasks and areas of application of Session Beans, Stateless and Stateful Session Beans, Java Message Service, Message Driven Beans
  • Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI): Injection of beans, contexts and scopes, injection points, qualifiers and alternatives, producers
  • Methods and fields, interceptors and decorators, CDI events synchronous and asynchronous, comparison of CDI and EJB
  • JPA: Basics, use of EntityManagerFactory and EntityManager, CRUD for create, read, update and delete, primary keys and generators, relations
  • Mapping of associations (1: 1, 1: n, n: m), queries with JPQL and JPA Criteria API, locking and fetching strategies, cache API and use of the first and second level cache
  • JTA
  • ACID, two phase commit and distributed transactions
  • JavaServer Faces (JSF): Basics of JavaServer Faces (JSF), page structure with facelets, managed beans and the JSF EL, navigation, data validation and conversion. JSR 303 bean validation and integration in JSF and JPA
  • Insights into: JEE and Http-Services (JAX-RS), Batch Processing, Java API for JSON Processing (JSON-P), Java API for JSON Binding (JSON-B), JEE Security API


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