Red Hat JBoss Development: Persistence with Hibernate ( JB297 ) Training Course & Certification

Red Hat JBoss Development: Persistence with Hibernate ( JB297 ) Training Course & Certification


Audience & Prerequisites

Course Outline

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Red Hat JBoss Development : Persistence with Hibernate Course

By the end of the course, students will have learned the best practices to leverage Hibernate to produce and maintain well-designed, robust business applications while optimizing performance and reducing software maintenance costs

Objectives of JB297 Training

  • Core application programing interfaces for Hibernate (Session, Transaction, Query, EntityManager, SessionFactory, Annotations)
  • Hibernate Search, Validation, Shards, and Tools technologies
  • Mapping inheritance and polymorphic relationships
  • Hibernate HQL, Criteria, and JDBC/SQL queries
  • Hibernate Tools integrated development environment (IDE)
  • Best practices and patterns for Hibernate developers
  • Hibernate deployment, configuration, and performance tuning

Audience of JB297 Course

  • Enterprise systems architects
  • Experienced Java developers who work with SQL-based database systems
  • Business component and database developers
  • Database administrators who need to understand how ORM may affect performance and how to tune the performance of the SQL database management system and persistence layer

Prerequisites for JB297 Certification

  • Experience with Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) or Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE)
  • A high-level understanding of enterprise software systems development
  • An understanding of legacy systems integration

Course Outline                                                                      4 Days

Understanding Java persistence
  • Learn how Hibernate effectively answers the question of how to represent relational data in an object-oriented environment.
Getting started with Hibernate
  • Deploy a simple application leveraging core Hibernate mappings and persistence features.
Hibernate projects & Tools
  • Use available JBoss Developer Studio Hibernate tooling to analyze a project’s domain objects.
Advanced Hibernate Mapping
  • Extend Hibernate Entities with built-in and user-defined types and develop robust identifiers.
Entity relations and inheritance
  • Use advanced relational mappings to manage uni- and bi-directional associations, and map Java inheritance to database tables.
Persistent state and Transactions in Hibernate
  • Examine how Hibernate manages the relationship between the data in a table and the values in an entity, and associate these state changes with a unit of work.
Querying Data Efficiently
  • Learn how to leverage Hibernate fetching strategies, query options, and filters to produce efficient queries.
Design and best practices review
  • Learn the basics of Hibernate design patterns and best practices and how to apply them to build efficient Hibernate systems.
Hibernate Configuration and Deployment
  • Use Hibernate’s highly adaptable framework in a variety of application types, from simple Java standalone applications to full-fledged Java Enterprise class deployments.
Hibernate Advanced Frameworks
  • Learn about Hibernate’s advanced tooling to assist developers in the areas of testing, validation, search, and spanning database instances.

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