WAS 8.5.5 Application Client Cookbook

Note: This is part of the $29.95 special deal as this course was released before December 2015.

  • Have you ever wondered how to install an Application client?
  • Have you ever had trouble connecting to a secure server? 
  • Have you wondered how to call JMX i.e. call WAS Mbeans using Java as opposed to Jython scripting?

The WebSphere Application Server 8.5.5.x – Application Cookbook provides the student with a detailed example-based guide and also a pre-prepared Eclipse workspace to help speed up your learning. This course was produced because I had many members of the public asking for support on how to connect an Application Client (Java client) to a secure WebSphere Application Server. For some reason connecting a Java client to secure WebSphere application sever’s is not very well document. As always, I have tried to simply and distill the core facts so that you can get on with the task at hand.

The course has been written by Steve Robinson who is a well known internationally acclaimed WebSphere Consultant and the author of several published WebSphere related books.

The course provides scripts to automate the following:

  • Background: Choosing a type of client
  • J2SE Considerations
  • Java EE 5 Considerations
  • Security (WAS Global Security = On)
  • Installing IBM Application Client (FREE Version)
  • Download process
  • Installing Process
  • Creating an Admin Client application
  • Changing Libraries
  • Adding a new JRE (IBM JRE)
  • Running the Code
  • Source Code review
  • Ways to use WAS properties in your Java applications
  • Specifying properties within code
  • Keystore configurations
  • Passing Properties as JVM Arguments
  • Important notes from IBM regarding Application Clients
  • Extra Thin client information
  • Getting server objects and resources
  • Local Help

Duration: 1 Day Self Study
Audience:

  • Experienced JEE Developers and Administrators having good experience with WebSphere Application Servers.
  • People looking to upgrade their skills to use the WebSphere Application Server Application client, and understand how to connect to a secure WAS environment via code.

Requirements:
Basic knowledge of Linux/Windows commands is expected. Prior experience in administering WebSphere Application Server version 6.1-8.x servers is expected, as is basic Java programming in Eclipse.

Note: This is part of the $29.95 special deal as this course was released before December 2015.

WAS 8.5.5.x Application Client Cookbook
WAS 8.5.5.x Application Client Cookbook
The example in this document is focused around how to enable an Application Client to connect to a WebSphere Application Server when Global Security being turned on
Price: $29.95
Price: $9.95

Note: Once you have paid and registered, you will gain instant access to download your course materials.

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