JavaEE and WildFly Module 1 : Getting Started

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JavaEE and WildFly Module 1 : Getting Started

Getting started wtih JavaEE and Wildfly.

Equivalent to a 2 day training course. The running time of the videos is 6 hours.

  • This is the first of 3 modules in a series of courses covering JavaEE 7 with the Wildfly application server from JBOSS.
  • This module covers setting up the Wildfly server, configuring your development environment, and creating a client-server application using RMI and EJBs.
  • We will be releasing a further module in the series, covering JavaEE Web applications.


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Introduction 14m 26s

An overview of JavaEE and what this course covers.


Installing WildFly 12m 47s

WildFly (previously known as JBoss AS) is a leading application server. Here we install and configure it.


EJBs 33m 34s

Enterprise Java Beans are the basic building blocks in JavaEE.


JNDI 42m 57s

To write a remote client, we can access the EJB using JNDI.


More EJBs 57m 40s

Dependency Injection, Local Interfaces and Stateful Beans


CDI 30m 46s

CDI (Context and Dependency Injection) is an extension to the basic DI system offered in JavaEE 5. We use it here to switch implementation classes.


JPA and the Database 43m 12s

JPA (for database mapping) is a part of JavaEE. We have a full course covering JPA, but this short chapter is a good starting point if you are brand new to it.


JPA on the Server 33m 57s

Calling JPA from an EJB is much easier than doing it by hand - here we show how the @PersistenceContext annotation works, and how to configure a connection pool in WildFly.


Transactions 25m 12s

Although transactions are handled automatically in EJB, you need to know about Transaction Propagation!


Rollbacks 26m 40s

Rolling back is "semi automatic". Here Matt shows how to force a rollback if you're using checked exceptions.


Coming Next 2m 22s

Modules 2 and 3 will be covering Messaging, Webservices, the Web Tier and Security.

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