Using Red Hat JBoss EAP, you should be able to accomplish the tasks below without assistance. The tasks have been grouped into categories to assist your preparation:
REST services with JAX-RS
As with all Red Hat performance-based exams, configurations must persist after reboot without intervention.
Dieses Seminar richtet sich an:
- This course is designed for experienced JSE developers who want to extend and test their knowledge and skills in modern enterprise Java development.
Für dieses Seminar werden folgende Kenntnisse empfohlen:
- Be familiar with using Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio in a Red Hat Enterprise Linux environment.
- Have a solid background with JSE, including a knowledge and understanding of the core Java concepts and APIs. For example, Exceptions, Annotations, and the Collections API are all required during the exam.
- Review the Red Hat Certified Enterprise Application Developer exam objectives and ensure that you are comfortable with all of the topics mentioned.
- Bean validation
- Annotate a POJO to enable and set up data validation.
- Use the documentation to find useful standard validators.
- JPA mapping
- Annotate a POJO to map it to its persistent state representation in the database.
- Apply basic property mapping and be able to use the documentation to identify correct property annotations (e.g., @Temporal).
- Map a bidirectional OneToMany relationship between two entities, including both sides of the association.
- Understand default fetching behavior and be able to override the fetching strategy per association.
- JPA query
- Implement basic JPA queries using named parameters.
- Create and use a named query.
- Use a query to eager fetch an association.
- Understand point-to-point vs. publish/subscribe models.
- Understand JMS queues, topics, and connection factories.
- Understand and use the javax.jms.MessageListener interface.
- Implement a message-driven bean.
- Use the @MessageDriven and @ActivationConfigProperty annotations.
- REST services with JAX-RS
- Understand REST concepts, particularly the application and use of the HTTP PUT, DELETE, GET, and POST methods.
- Know and use standard HTTP return codes.
- Implement RESTful Root resource class.
- Expose a REST service using JAX-RS.
- Demonstrate ability to define @Path.
- Understand and use @Produce and @Consume.
- Be able to both consume and produce xml- and jso-formatted content using JAX-RS.
- Understand basic JAAS terms and concepts.
- Understand the JAAS authentication details that will be provided to you.
- Secure server-side services (REST services and EJBs) using JAAS annotations.
- Understand contextual scopes.