Part I Introduction
2. Using the Tutorial Examples
Part II The Web Tier
3. Getting Started with Web Applications
4. JavaServer Faces Technology
5. Introduction to Facelets
6. Expression Language
7. Using JavaServer Faces Technology in Web Pages
8. Using Converters, Listeners, and Validators
9. Developing with JavaServer Faces Technology
10. JavaServer Faces Technology: Advanced Concepts
11. Using Ajax with JavaServer Faces Technology
12. Composite Components: Advanced Topics and Example
13. Creating Custom UI Components and Other Custom Objects
14. Configuring JavaServer Faces Applications
15. Java Servlet Technology
16. Uploading Files with Java Servlet Technology
17. Internationalizing and Localizing Web Applications
Part III Web Services
18. Introduction to Web Services
19. Building Web Services with JAX-WS
20. Building RESTful Web Services with JAX-RS
21. JAX-RS: Advanced Topics and Example
Part IV Enterprise Beans
22. Enterprise Beans
23. Getting Started with Enterprise Beans
24. Running the Enterprise Bean Examples
25. A Message-Driven Bean Example
26. Using the Embedded Enterprise Bean Container
27. Using Asynchronous Method Invocation in Session Beans
Part V Contexts and Dependency Injection for the Java EE Platform
28. Introduction to Contexts and Dependency Injection for the Java EE Platform
29. Running the Basic Contexts and Dependency Injection Examples
30. Contexts and Dependency Injection for the Java EE Platform: Advanced Topics
31. Running the Advanced Contexts and Dependency Injection Examples
Part VI Persistence
32. Introduction to the Java Persistence API
33. Running the Persistence Examples
34. The Java Persistence Query Language
35. Using the Criteria API to Create Queries
36. Creating and Using String-Based Criteria Queries
37. Controlling Concurrent Access to Entity Data with Locking
38. Using a Second-Level Cache with Java Persistence API Applications
Part VII Security
39. Introduction to Security in the Java EE Platform
40. Getting Started Securing Web Applications
41. Getting Started Securing Enterprise Applications
42. Java EE Security: Advanced Topics
Part VIII Java EE Supporting Technologies
43. Introduction to Java EE Supporting Technologies
45. Resources and Resource Adapters
46. The Resource Adapter Example
47. Java Message Service Concepts
48. Java Message Service Examples
49. Bean Validation: Advanced Topics
50. Using Java EE Interceptors
Part IX Case Studies
51. Duke's Bookstore Case Study Example
52. Duke's Tutoring Case Study Example
53. Duke's Forest Case Study Example
Design and Architecture of Duke's Forest
The events Project
The entities Project
The dukes-payment Project
The dukes-resources Project
The Duke's Store Project
Enterprise Beans Used in Duke's Store
Facelets Files Used in the Main Interface of Duke's Store
Facelets Files Used in the Administration Interface of Duke's Store
Managed Beans Used in Duke's Store
Helper Classes Used in Duke's Store
Qualifiers Used in Duke's Store
Event Handlers Used in Duke's Store
Properties Files Used in Duke's Store
Deployment Descriptors Used in Duke's Store
The Duke's Shipment Project
Enterprise Bean Used in Duke's Shipment
Facelets Files Used in Duke's Shipment
Managed Beans Used in Duke's Shipment
Helper Class Used in Duke's Shipment
Qualifier Used in Duke's Shipment
Properties Files Used in Duke's Shipment
Deployment Descriptors Used in Duke's Shipment
Building and Deploying the Duke's Forest Case Study Application
To Create the JDBC Realm and Populate the Database
To Build and Deploy the Duke's Forest Application Using NetBeans IDE
To Build and Deploy the Duke's Forest Application Using Ant
Running the Duke’s Forest Application
Running the Duke’s Forest application involves several tasks, among them the following:
Registering as a customer of Duke’s Store
As a customer, purchasing products
As an administrator, approving shipment of a product
As an administrator, creating a new product
To Register as a Duke’s Store Customer
- In a web browser, enter the following URL:
The Duke’s Forest - Store page opens.
- Click the Sign Up button at the top of the page.
- Fill in the form fields, then click Save.
All fields are required, and the Password value must be at least 7
characters in length.
To Purchase Products
- To log in as the user you created, or as one of
two users already in the database, enter the user name and password and
click Log In.
The preexisting users have the user names email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org, and they both
have the same password, 1234.
- Click Products in the left sidebar.
- On the page that appears, click one of the categories (Plants, Food, Services,
- Choose a product and click Add to Cart.
You can order only one of any one product, but you can order
multiple different products in multiple categories. The products and a running total appear
in the Shopping Cart in the left sidebar.
- When you have finished choosing products, click Checkout.
A message appears, reporting that your order is being processed.
- Click Orders in the left sidebar to verify your order.
If the total of the order was over $1,000, the status of the
order is “Order cancelled,” because the Payment web service denies orders over that limit.
Otherwise, the status is “Ready to ship.”
- When you have finished placing orders, click the Logout button at the top
of the page.
To Approve Shipment of a Product
- Log in to Duke’s Store as an administrator.
Your user name is email@example.com, and your password is 1234.
The main administration page allows you to view categories, customers, administrators, groups, products,
and orders, and to create new objects of all types except orders.
- At the bottom of the page, click Approve Shipment.
This action takes you to Duke’s Shipment.
- Log in to Duke’s Shipment at the top of the page, as
- On the Pending list, click Approve to approve an order and move it
to the Shipped area of the page.
If you click Deny, the order disappears from the page. If you log
in to Duke’s Store again as the customer, it will appear in the
Orders list as “Order Cancelled.”
To return to Duke’s Store from Duke’s Shipment, click Return to Duke’s Store.
To Create a New Product
You can create other kinds of objects as well as products. Creating products
is more complex than the other creation processes.
- Log in to Duke’s Store as an administrator.
- On the main administration page, click Create New Product.
- Enter values in the Name, Price, and Description fields.
- Select a category, then click Next.
- On the Upload the Product Image page, click Browse to locate an image
on your file system using a file chooser.
- Click Next.
- On the next page, view the product fields, then click Done.
- Click Products in the left sidebar, then click the category to verify that
the product has been added.
- Click Administration at the top of the page to return to the
main administration page, or click Logout to log out.
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