Spring and Hibernate Development

Course:  SPRHIBD
Duration:  5 Days
Level:  II
Course Summary

The Spring Framework is one of the leading lightweight architectures for creating enterprise-scale applications in Java. Hibernate is a popular object-relational mapping tool, and is well-suited to Spring-based solutions. This course provides thorough coverage of both technologies, and shows how they can be used together effectively. This course uses Spring Framework 3.0 and Hibernate 3.5.

You will learn how to use Spring to create enterprise-scale components including Web applications, Web services, data-access components, and messaging components. You will also learn how to use Hibernate to map Java classes to databases, and how to execute queries using a variety of techniques. The interplay between Hibernate and Spring is explored in some detail.

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Topics Covered In This Course

Spring Framework - Essentials

  • What is Spring? Dependency injection and Inversion of Control (IoC)
  • Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) with Spring
  • Test-Driven Development principles
  • Defining a first application

Using Inversion of Control (IoC)

  • Implementing IoC in Spring
  • Implementing dependency injection via beans and bean factories
  • Bean lifecycle and initialization

Configuration Options

  • XML configurations
  • Using Java annotations

Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP)

  • Spring AOP architecture
  • Advisors and pointcuts
  • Using proxies
  • Using @AspectJ
  • Using @Pointcuts
  • Framework services for AOP
  • Working with Spring AOP proxies

Spring Schemas and Namespaces

  • Schemas included in Spring 3.0 (beans, context, util, tx, aop, jee, lan)
  • Custom schemas
  • Configuration

JDBC Support

  • Spring data access concepts
  • JdbcTemplate
  • RdbmsOperation
  • Large binary objects
  • Transaction management

Creating Web Applications with Spring Web MVC

  • Overview of MVC
  • Spring MVC implementation
  • Handler mappings
  • Controllers
  • Interceptors

Spring Transactions

  • Local vs. global transactions
  • Understanding

PlatformTransactionManager

  • Declarative transactions
  • @Transactional
  • Advising transactions
  • Roll-backs
  • Bean-specific transactions

Spring Web Security

  • Understanding security issues
  • Using Spring Web security
  • Configuring authentication
  • Accessing security information in JSP pages
  • Securing the application layer

Spring Web Services

  • Creating contract-first services
  • Accessing services

Spring Messaging

  • Overview of JMS
  • Using Spring JMS support

Spring Integration

  • Overview of Spring Integration
  • Adapters
  • Using Spring Integration as an alternative to Enterprise Service Buses

Spring JMX

  • Overview of Java Management Extensions (JMX)
  • Exposing beans
  • Controlling object names and management interface
  • Notifications

Using Hibernate

  • Overview
  • Configuration
  • Using Hibernate with Spring

Defining mappings

  • Overview
  • Defining mapping files
  • Using annotations

Executing queries

  • Overview of query APIs
  • Using JPA
  • Using HQL

Quality of service

  • Transactions
  • Locking
  • Lazy loading
  • Versioning
Who Should Take This Course

Developers creating enterprise Java applications using Spring and Hibernate.

Recommended Prerequisites

Java programming experience, and an awareness of enterprise development

Training Style

Short lecture sessions (50%) combined with extensive hands-on practice (50%).

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