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Course number HF867S
Length 4 days
Delivery method Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT)
Instructor-led training (ILT)
Onsite dedicated training (OST)
Price USD $2,800
CAD $3,080

Course overview

This course prepares developers to deploy and/or port Java applications with JToolkit to a NonStop server. Topics include an overview of the Java language, an introduction to NonStop server for Java, coding client/server programs, accessing Pathway applications, Enscribe and NonStop SQL database access, JDBC, stored procedures, and debugging. The four-day course is 70 percent lecture and 30 percent hands-on labs using HP servers.


Prerequisites

  • Concepts and Facilities for NonStop Systems (U4147S) and
  • Working knowledge of a programming language and
  • Open System Services (OSS) Application Development and Porting (U5518S) or Open System Services (OSS) for Guardian Developers (U4159S) are recommended

Audience

  • System designers
  • Application developers
  • Support personnel

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Course objectives

At the conclusion of this course you should be able to:

  • Invoke native methods in re-linked JVM using JNI
  • Use JToolkit to access Enscribe files
  • Describe major classes of the API and their usages
  • Describe JDBC and JDBC API capabilities
  • Write Java code to control JDBC-based and JTA-based transactions
  • Be familiar with the Java debugging tool jdb and available jdb commands
  • Configure a Java server in a Pathway environment
  • Describe the development steps and execution environment of an SQLJ and SPJ program on a NonStop server
  • Describe using Eclipse IDE for developing Java applications

Benefits to you

  • Deploy Java applications using JToolkit with a clear understanding of the features and capabilities in order to reduce programming time and associated costs
  • Ability to preserve and leverage existing NonStop applications with Java application enhancements, reducing overall adoption rate and associated costs

Course outline

Module 1 - OOP and Java Basics

  • Java history
  • OOP and Java benefits
  • Java language syntax
  • Key statements making up the Java language
  • Lab: OOP and Java basics

Module 2 - NonStop Server for Java

  • HP specific features of Java implementation
  • Java installation directory file structure
  • Invoking native methods in re-linked JVM using JNI

Module 3 - JToolkit

  • Overview of JToolkit and ddl2java components
  • Using JToolkit to access Enscribe files
  • Lab: ddl2java

Module 4 - Enscribe API for Java

  • Enscribe API for Java purpose
  • Major classes of the API and their usages
  • Examaples of Enscribe database manager API accessing features
  • Lab: Enscribe API for Java

Module 5 - Accessing SQL/MP with JDBC

  • JDBC overview
  • java.sql package contents
  • JDBC API capabilities
  • JDBC interfaces and their methods
  • Code that accesses an HP NonStop SQL/MP table
  • Lab: accessing SQL/MP with JDBC

Module 6 - Transactions

  • Using JDBC to define transactions in Java
  • Java code to control JDBC-based transactions
  • Using JTS and JTA to define transactions in Java
  • Java code to control JTA-based transactions
  • Support for transactions using JDBC/MX
  • Lab: transactions

Module 7 - Java Debugging

  • Java debugging tool jdb
  • Compiler setting
  • Available jdb commands
  • HP jdb command extensions
  • Sample jdb debugging
  • Lab: Java debugging

Module 8 - Pathsend API for Requesters

  • Pathsend API for Java purpose
  • API major classes and their usages
  • API sending to and receiving messages from a Pathway server class
  • Lab: Pathsend API for requesters

Module 9 - Java API for Servers

  • Java API for Pathway servers purpose
  • API major classes and their usages
  • API and $RECEIVE
  • Configuring a Java server in a Pathway environment
  • Lab: Java API for servers

Module 10 - Accessing SQL/MX Using SPJ

  • Stored Procedures in Java (SPJ) overview and benefits
  • SPJ development steps
  • Execution environment of an SPJ called by an SQLJ program
  • Lab: accessing SQL/MX using SPJ

Module 11 - Developing Java with Eclipse

  • Eclipse overview
  • Using Eclipse Integrated Development Environment (IDE)

Onsite Delivery Equipment Requirements

  • Overhead projection system for laptop computer


Host side:

  • NonStop server running H06.15 or J06.04 for Java 6 or later version of the NonStop kernel operating system with the following components installed
    • NonStop server for Java 6
    • NonStop SQL/MP
    • NonStop SQL/MX 1.8 or later
  • NonStop TS/MP
  • User IDs with access to both Guardian and OSS environments

Desktop:

  • One workstation or PC with network access per student
  • At least 128MB of RAM
  • Desktop software including:
    • Terminal emulator (e.g., OutsideView)
    • FTP client that works with OSS
    • A text editor

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