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We are a group of dedicated training developers for Java, located in the US, India, and now Mexico. In this blog we will announce new training content and events that might be of interest to our readers.

In this first installment of the Java Training Beat, I would like to introduce three new Oracle By Example (OBE) modules I recently released and posted to the Oracle Online Learning Library.

Creating a Simple Java Message Service (JMS) Producer with NetBeans and GlassFish - covers how to create a simple text message producer with NetBeans 7 and GlassFish.

Creating Java Message Service (JMS) Resources in WebLogic Server 12c - covers how to create JMS resources using the console and WebLogic Server 12c. With this tutorial, you can replicate the results of the first tutorial in WebLogic.

Creating a Publish/Subscribe Model with Message-Driven Beans and GlassFish Server - covers how to create a publish/subscribe application using JMS. This tutorial includes a short case study that includes a JSF front-end application that sends a hotel reservation request object to the server as a MapMessage.

Hope you find these useful!  And do check out the Online Learning Library - we have a wide range of additional content posted and more being added every month!

Comments:

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Posted by my props on September 06, 2012 at 04:56 AM PDT #

We actually offer a 5-day course on writing applications for feature phones - the course title of the course is Java ME: Develop Applications for Mobile Phones.

Posted by tmcginn on September 13, 2012 at 09:18 AM PDT #

Hello,

Please provide an example Message driven bean in weblogic server

Regards,

Sankar

Wisen Technologies

Posted by guest on September 20, 2012 at 09:59 PM PDT #

I'd like to become a good java programmer.
I'm just starting dealing with java, I hope to get some support from you

Posted by Adriano Vasco on September 21, 2012 at 10:48 AM PDT #

@Sankar:
Great idea! In the meantime, if you follow the instructions to add WebLogic to NetBeans in this tutorial: Creating Java Message Service (JMS) Resources in WebLogic Server 12c, and then in the Creating a Simple Java Message Service (JMS) Producer with NetBeans and GlassFish OBE, instead of starting GlassFish, start WebLogic server. Finally, before deploying, right-click on the Project and select Properties. Select Run in the Properties pane and select Oracle WebLogic Server as the server.
From there the steps to deploy and run should be the same.
--Tom

Posted by tmcginn on September 26, 2012 at 06:05 AM PDT #

@Adriano:
Absolutely! This is our job, and we really love what we do. Let us know how we can help. As a start, consider picking up a book on Java, or attending a course, but most importantly, try writing some code on your own. I highly recommend NetBeans as a tool to write Java code in.
--Tom

Posted by tmcginn on September 26, 2012 at 06:07 AM PDT #

Thanks for sharing information on java training..

Posted by guest on March 07, 2013 at 04:03 AM PST #

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