- [Instructor] In this video, I'm ready…to import the data from the text file…into this employee list.…To do that we need to import a file,…a utility file, into our application.…So, to do that I'm gonna go…into the Exercise folder on the Desktop.…And in here in the Data Files folder,…if you look in the Utilities file, Java Utility Files,…you will see two files.…These are the two files…that I wanna drag over into the project.…So, I'm gonna go and snap this to the screen here.…
And the Eclipse project folder.…I'm gonna go and then grab both of these files.…I'll use this Session Utility later in the course,…but for now we need to grab the utilities…for the file to put in here.…And we can use that to read out data.…So, go ahead and drop into the package…and just click Copy Files to select that at default.…You can go ahead and close that Exercise folder…and maximize your IDE application here.…So, now I have the utilities file in here.…And we need to configure this just one little bit in here.…
Okay, you don't have to modify this file…
- Setting up JSF
- JSF class creation
- Preparing lists of data
- Configuring source files
- Building UI components
- Building interface menus
- Displaying data-bound table components
- Adding, viewing, updating, and deleting data
- Displaying messages and message tags
- Validating data in a form
- Setting session attributions
- Authenticating permissions across JSF pages
Skill Level Intermediate
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Java Persistence API (JPA): 1 The Basicswith Kesha Williams1h 31m Intermediate
1. Setting Up the JSF Application
2. Configuring the Front End
3. Performing CRUD Operations
4. Localized Messages and Form Validation
5. Session Management and Authentication
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