Masters of Computer Applications:J2EE and ApplicationsThapar University
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Recognised Bachelors degree of minimum 3 years duration in any discipline with Mathematics at least at 10+2 school level and has also qualified in the Entrance Test to be conducted by the University.OR Recognised Bachelor's Degree of minimum 3 years duration in any discipline with Mathematics as one of the subjects and has also qualified in the Entrance Test to be conducted by the University.
Discrete Mathematical Structures
Elements of Electronics Engineering
Problem Solving and Programming in C
Computer Organization and Architecture
Fundamental of Microprocessors and Interfacing
Object Oriented Programming using c++ and Java
System Analysis and Design
Statistics and Combinatorics
Data Base Management System
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
\Advanced Java and Network Programming
Computer Graphics and Multimedia
ERP and Tools
Information and Network Security
Software Project Management
Net Framework and C# Programming
System Development Project
J2EE and Applications
Integrated Application Development: Introduction to Integrated Application Development, Web Server Versus Application Server.
Servlets and Java Server Pages (JSP): MVC (Model View Controller) Architecture, Servlet, Servlet life cycle, web application structure, Session management, Handling cookies, Creating war files, JDBC, JSP elements - declaration, directive, scriplet, expression, and action, JSP Architecture and implementation, Java Beans, JSP Bean tags, JSP session handling, JSP Authentication, Introduction to JSTL (JSP Standard Tag Library), JSTL Expression Language (EL), Miscellaneous Tags, Writing a Custom Tag Library
Web Application Frameworks: Java Server Faces (JSF) and Struts architecture, Struts classes – Action Forward, Action Form, ActionServlet, Action classes, config.xml, Action Mappings, Struts flow, Combining Struts and Tiles, Building and using tiles, Creating a Definition in XML file and deploying, JSF specification and API Javadoc
Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) Fundamentals: Enterprise JavaBeans Communication, EJB Details, Session Beans, Entity Bean, Message Driven Bean, Writing Beans, EJB Development Overview, The Enterprise Bean Class, The Remote Interface, The Home Interface, Deployment Descriptors and EJB-JAR files, Writing an EJB Client, Persistence
Advanced Concepts and Technologies: Introduction to Java Message Service (JMS), Portal Server and Portlet architecture, Advanced J2EE Security, Performance, Profiling Technologies and Tools, IDEs and Development Tools, Xdoclet, J2EE App Server Products, Web Services support, Internationalization and localization, Rich client Hibernate, Spring framework, Web services, SOA, SOAP, AXIS, WSDL, UDDI, Endpoint, Callback, AJAX etc.
Laboratory Work: Implementation of JNI, Servlets, Java Server Pages, JDBC, Session beans, Entity beans and JSF and Struts Based applications development etc.