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    Dear All,

    I am new to Java and trying to get into Java/J2EE programming.I have been in the IT industry for around 10 years and have coded at lot in C++,C, Perl and other scripting languages but now I want to make a transition into Java/J2EE programming.For the same I have decided to take up a J2EE training in one of the training institutes where there is a choice of either of these two courses with the following topics.

    Could you please share your expert opinion which of the two might be best to take based on current demands in industry and future projections?
    Do you see the course being adequate covering all in demand topics?If you see any important thing missing from the course please let me know.

    Thanks in advance for your expert opinion.

    Course1:Java Enterprise Application Training (J2EE)

    Building Web Services with JAX-WS
    Setting the Port
    Creating a Simple Web Service and Client with JAX-WS
    Types Supported by JAX-WS
    Web Services Interoperability and JAX-WS
    Further Information about JAX-WS
    Binding between XML Schema and Java Classes
    JAXB Architecture
    Representing XML Content
    Binding XML Schemas
    Customizing Generated Classes and Java Program Elements
    JAXB Examples
    Basic JAXB Examples
    Customizing JAXB Bindings
    Java-to-Schema Examples
    Streaming API for XML
    Why StAX?
    StAX API
    Using StAX
    Sun’s Streaming XML Parser Implementation
    SOAP with Attachments API for Jav
    Overview of SAAJ
    SAAJ Tutorial
    Enterprise Beans (EJB)
    What Is an Enterprise Bean?
    What Is a Session Bean?
    What Is a Message-Driven Bean?
    Defining Client Access with Interfaces
    The Contents of an Enterprise Bean
    Naming Conventions for Enterprise Beans
    The Life Cycles of Enterprise Beans
    Getting Started with Enterprise Beans
    Creating the Enterprise Bean
    Creating the converter Application Client
    Creating the converter Web Client
    Deploying the converter Java EE Application
    Running the converter Application Client
    Running the converter Web Client
    Modifying the Java EE Application
    Session Bean Examples
    A Web Service Example: helloservice
    Using the Timer Service
    Handling Exceptions
    A Message-Driven Bean Example
    simplemessage Example Application Overview
    The simplemessage Application Client
    The Message-Driven Bean Class
    Packaging, Deploying, and Running the simplemessage Example
    Creating Deployment Descriptors for Message-Driven Beans
    Introduction to the Java Persistence API
    Managing Entities
    Persistence in the Web Tier
    Accessing Databases from Web Applications
    The Java Persistence Query Language
    Query Language Terminology
    Simplified Query Language Syntax
    Example Queries
    Full Query Language Syntax
    Introduction to Security in the Java EE Platform
    Overview of Java EE Security
    Security Implementation Mechanisms
    Securing Containers
    Securing the Application Server
    Working with Realms, Users, Groups, and Roles
    Establishing a Secure Connection Using SSL
    Securing Java EE Applications
    Securing Enterprise Beans
    Enterprise Bean Example Applications
    Securing Application Clients
    Securing EIS Applications
    Securing Web Applications
    Overview of Web Application Security
    Working with Security Roles
    Checking Caller Identity Programmatically
    Defining Security Requirements for Web Applications
    The Java Message Service API
    Overview of the JMS API
    Basic JMS API Concepts
    The JMS API Programming Model
    Writing Simple JMS Client Applications
    Creating Robust JMS Applications
    Using the JMS API in a Java EE Application
    Java EE Examples Using the JMS API
    A Java EE Application That Uses the JMS API with a Session Bean
    A Java EE Application That Uses the JMS API with an Entity
    An Application Example That Consumes Messages from a Remote Server
    An Application Example That Deploys a Message-Driven Bean on Two Servers
    What Is a Transaction?
    Container-Managed Transactions
    Bean-Managed Transactions
    Transaction Timeouts
    Updating Multiple Databases
    Transactions in Web Components
    Resource Connections
    Resources and JNDI Naming
    DataSource Objects and Connection Pools
    Resource Injection
    The confirmer Example Application
    Connector Architecture
    About Resource Adapters
    Resource Adapter Contracts
    Common Client Interface

    Course2:Java Web Application Training (J2EE)

    Java Servlet Technology
    What Is a Servlet?
    Servlet Life Cycle
    Initializing a Servlet
    Writing Service Methods
    Filtering Requests and Responses
    Accessing the Web Context
    Maintaining Client State
    Java Server Pages Technology
    What Is a JSP Page?
    The Life Cycle of a JSP Page
    Creating Static Content
    Creating Dynamic Content
    Unified Expression Language
    JavaBeans Components
    Using Custom Tags
    Reusing Content in JSP Pages
    Including an Applet
    Java Server Pages Standard Tag Library
    Using JSTL
    Core Tag Library
    XML Tag Library
    Internationalization Tag Library
    SQL Tag Library
    JSTL Functions
    Custom Tags in JSP Pages
    What Is a Custom Tag?
    Types of Tags
    Encapsulating Reusable Content Using Tag Files
    Tag Library Descriptors
    Programming Simple Tag Handlers
    Scripting in JSP Pages
    Using Scripting
    Disabling Scripting
    JSP Declarations
    JSP Scriptlets
    JSP Expressions
    Java Server Faces Technology
    Java Server Faces Technology User Interface
    Java Server Faces Technology Benefits
    What Is a Java Server Faces Application?
    User Interface Component Model
    Navigation Model
    Backing Beans
    The Life Cycle of a Java Server Faces Page
    Using Java Server Faces Technology in JSP Pages
    Setting Up a Page
    Using the Core Tags
    Adding UI Components to a Page Using the HTML Component Tags
    Using Localized Data
    Using the Standard Converters
    Registering Listeners on Components
    Using the Standard Validators
    Binding Component Values and Instances to External Data Sources
    Binding Converters, Listeners, and Validators to Backing Bean Properties
    Referencing a Backing Bean Method
    Using Custom Objects
    Developing with Java Server Faces Technology
    Writing Bean Properties
    Performing Localization
    Creating a Custom Converter
    Implementing an Event Listener
    Creating a Custom Validator
    Writing Backing Bean Methods
    Creating Custom UI Components
    Determining Whether You Need a Custom Component or Renderer
    Understanding the Image Map Example
    Steps for Creating a Custom Component
    Creating Custom Component Classes
    Delegating Rendering to a Renderer
    Handling Events for Custom Components
    Creating the Component Tag Handler
    Defining the Custom Component Tag in a Tag Library Descriptor
    Configuring Java Server Faces Applications
    Application Configuration Resource File
    Configuring Beans
    Registering Custom Error Messages
    Registering Custom Localized Static Text
    Registering a Custom Validator
    Registering a Custom Converter
    Configuring Navigation Rules
    Registering a Custom Renderer with a Render Kit
    Registering a Custom Component
    Basic Requirements of a Java Server Faces Application
    Internationalizing and Localizing Web Applications
    Java Platform Localization Classes
    Providing Localized Messages and Labels
    Date and Number Formatting
    Character Sets and Encodings

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    This isn't really something we can answer. It's a bit like asking us what you should eat for a dinner... at a restaurant we've never been to. Which one seems more interesting to *you*? Have you emailed the instructors for more information on anything you're confused about?
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