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    • ® IBM Software Group RAD – 255 Certification Overview Vikas Manoria IT Specialist – IBM Academic Initiative IBM Software Group © IBM Corporation
    • IBM Software Group 2 © 2008 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Software Group CERTIFICATION EXAM ƒ IBM Certified RAD Associate for WebSphere Software(Test – 255) ƒ Objective type exam No. of questions : 55 Passing % required : 67 % Duration of exam : 90 minutes 3 © 2008 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Software Group Applications, Transactions and Processes Customers Partners Suppliers Employees Edge Servers Directory and Security Servers Integration Servers Transaction Servers Web Presentation Servers Web Application Servers Data Servers GUIs, Pervasive Devices, Voice, etc. Development Roles Java/J2EE Application Development Modeling 4 XML, Web Services, Portlets, Servlets, Java Server Faces/Pages Web/Portal Development Services, EJBs, and SOA Work Flows Relational and Non-relational Data XML Web Services Database App Business Process Development Development SOA Integration Web Services: SOAP, WSDL, UDDI RAD End-2-End Design & Construction Cobol, CICS/IMS, 4GL Development © 2008 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Software Group Section 1 - Workbench Basics (15%)  Set Workbench preferences  Work with perspectives and views  Use the import and export wizards  Use the Help feature to aid in development activities  Use the Local History to compare and replace resources  Manage workspaces 5 © 2008 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Software Group Section 2 - Java Development (24%)           6 Create Java projects packages, classes, and methods Manage the Java Build Path Use the Outline view Use the refactoring features Use the Java editor features such as content assist and code formatting Add and organize import declarations Use the Java search function Use the Task and Problems views Use the Hierarchy view Use the resource and project property dialogues © 2008 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Software Group Section 3 - Web Development (20%)  Create dynamic and static Web projects  Understand classpath and module dependencies  Use Page Designer to add and modify HTML, JavaScript, and JSP content  Configure Web project properties  Understand the available JSF (JavaServer Faces) development tools  Understand the available Struts development tools  Create and configure Servlets 7 © 2008 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Software Group Section 4 - Databases (5%)  Create a database connection  Use the SQL Statement wizard  Sample contents of a database table 8 © 2008 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Software Group Section 5 - Running Applications (9%)  Use WebSphere Application Server V6 to run J2EE applications  Create and configure data sources  Add and remove projects from the server  Run stand-alone Java applications 9 © 2008 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Software Group Section 6 - Debugging and Testing (18%)  Manage breakpoints  Step through and examine Java code  View variables and execute, display and inspect expressions  Create and run code in Scrapbook page  Perform JSP debugging  Use step-by-step debugging  Locate and view WebSphere application server logs  Perform unit testing using JUnit 10 © 2008 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Software Group Section 7 - Packaging and Deployment (9%)  Create J2EE projects  Import and export J2EE modules  Create and locate resources in the appropriate location of the project hierarchy  Work with Web and Application Deployment Descriptor Editors 11 © 2008 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Software Group Important Websites For information about Tests http://www.ibm.com/certify To appear in Test http://ibt.prometric.com/ibm Job Opportunities for Certified professionals http://www.ibm.com/in/university http://www.ibm.com/university 12 © 2008 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Software Group Tamil Thank You Merci French Russian Obrigado German Spanish Brazilian Portuguese Arabic Danke Gracias Grazie Italian Thai Simplified Chinese Traditional Chinese Japanese 18 © 2008 IBM Corporation