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  • 1. RAD – 255 Certification Overview Vikas Manoria IT Specialist – IBM Academic Initiative IBM Software Group
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    • IBM Certified RAD Associate for WebSphere Software(Test – 255)
    • Objective type exam
      • No. of questions : 55
      • Passing % required : 67 %
      • Duration of exam : 90 minutes
    CERTIFICATION EXAM
  • 4. 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. Section 2 - Java Development (24%)
    • 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
  • 6. 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. Section 4 - Databases (5%)
    • Create a database connection
    • Use the SQL Statement wizard
    • Sample contents of a database table
  • 8. 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. 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. 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. 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
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  • 17. Thank You Merci Grazie Gracias Obrigado Danke Japanese Tamil French Russian German Italian Spanish Brazilian Portuguese Arabic Traditional Chinese Simplified Chinese Thai ed;wp

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