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Java Programming

BI 779

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According to New Revised Syllabus w.e.f. 2010 PUNE, Maharashtra (INDIA)

Text Book of Java Programming

MCA Sem-IV

Author : Gurpreet Khanuja

Book ID : 779

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Contents

1. Introduction to Core Java

1.1 Introduction to java programming language

1.2 Object oriented concepts with respect to java  

1.3 Objects and classes    

1.4 Introducing access control   

1.5 Interfaces 

1.6 Packages   

1.7 Exception handling     

2. Applet as Java Applications     

2.1 Introduction     

2.2 Creating an applet     

2.3 Displaying applets using web browser and appletviewer.exe  

2.4 Comparison of applet and applications      

3. Multithreading

3.1 Multithreading concepts     

3.2 Thread life cycle

3.3 Creating multithreaded application 

3.4 Thread priorities

3.5 Thread synchronization 

4. Abstract Windows Toolkit

4.1 Component  

4.2 AWT components (Controls)

4.3 Layout managers  

4.4 Graphics   

4.5 Event delegation model 

4.6 Swing libraries

5. Java Input Output  

5.1 Java I/O package 

5.2 File reader / writer   

5.3 Buffered reader / writer     

5.4 Print writer     

5.5 File sequential / random

6. Networking with Java     

6.1 Networking basics

6.2 Java.net – networking classes and interfaces   

6.3 Implementing TCP/IP based server and client    

6.4 Datagram’s - datagram packet, datagram server and client   

6.5 URL connections

7. JDBC

7.1 Introduction    

7.2 Types of JDBC drivers  

7.3 Writing first JDBC applications    

7.4 Types of statement objects   

7.5 Types of resultset     

7.6 Metadata

7.7 Inserting records

7.8 Updating records 

7.9 JDBC and AWT     

7.10 Connection pooling

8. RMI  

Introduction 

8.1 Architecture     

8.2 Java.rmi classes and interfaces    

8.3 Writing simple RMI application     

8.4 Parameter passing in remote methods

8.5 Dynamic class loading

8.6 Introduction to CORBA

9. Java Beans

9.1 Introduction     

9.2 Introspection    

9.3 Writing a simple bean  

9.4 Using the BeanInfo interface 

9.5 Persistence

9.6 EJB (Enterprise Java Beans)

9.7 Deployment descriptors 

9.8 Advantages of EJB

10. Servlets

10.1 Introduction     

10.2 Servlet Vs CGI   

10.3 Servlet API overview   

10.4 Writing and running a simple HTTP servlet

10.5 Servlet life cycle     

10.6 GET and POST     

10.7 Writing threadsafe servlet   

10.8 Session tracking in servlets 

10.9 Servlet and JDBC 

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