WebSphere Application Client Course
Note: This is part of the $299 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
- 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.
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: Once you have paid and registered, you will gain instant access to download your course materials.