SW427: Using Enterprise Generation Language in IBM WebSphere Studio V5.1.2
Type: Classroom course
27 July 2004
About this course
This course introduces students to EGL (Enterprise Generation Language), a 4GL well-suited to the rapid development of Web applications using either browser-based GUIs or traditional "green-screen" text-based user interfaces (TUIs). The course also provides an introduction to JSF (JavaServer Faces) and shows how JSF and EGL can work together to provide a rapid development environment for Web applications. The course further shows how EGL can be used to easily integrate relational database access into Web applications.
The audience for this course consists of programmers who are interested in creating Web applications.
After completing this course, students should be able to:
Use WebSphere Studio to create and manage EGL projects.
Develop JSPs with EGL and JSF.
Use EGL to access data in a relational database.
Use WebSphere Studio to build, test and deploy EGL applications.
Students should be experienced programmers in a procedural or object-oriented language, such as COBOL, PL/I or Java. Students should also have a basic understanding of the Internet and the components of Web applications. Java and Web development expertise are not required.