Type: Classroom course
08 March 2006
About this course
This course provides in-depth understanding of the advanced features and functions of Host Application Transformation Services (HATS) Studio, enabling students to transform host applications into Web-based applications.
In this course
Global variables and macros
Web services support
Enterprise Java Bean support
Web Express Logon support
5250 subfile support
This course is designed for application developers with significant experience with HATS Studio and Web development. Experience with Java, Servlets, EJBs and JSPs is also required.
After completing this course, students should be able to:
Create advanced HATS applications using macros and global variables
Create and use chained integration objects
Describe integration object chaining and connection pooling concepts, and explain how they relate to HATS application design and development
Add Web services support to HATS applications
Use Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs) in HATS applications
Use Web Express Logon (WEL) in a HATS application and explain its value
Implement 5250 subfile support in a HATS application and explain its significance
Perform problem determination and handle error conditions
Students are assumed to be experienced HATS application developers, defined as follows:
Completion of course SW725, Introduction to Building Web-to-Host Solutions Using IBM WebSphere HATS V6, or equivalent experience with HATS
Web application development experience with Rational Application Developer
Experience with JavaServer Pages, either through practical experience and knowledge or through completion of tutorials sufficient to provide an understanding of fundamental concepts
Experience in Web server, application server, and Rational Application Developer administration is beneficial, but not required.
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