Today, I will be continuing my self development and building by engaging you guys with a new project. After years of dabbling and playing around with Java SE, I decided to toll the part of Java EE.

I might call these a project, but it is still a tutorial. I always put it like these, ‘the examples that actually work’. The project is a Car Rental Java Enterprise Application with Java EE and Wildfly Application Server (precisely Wildfly 10) at the back-end and JavaFX at the front-end. Did I tell you that I have officially choosen JavaFX as my front-end tool and Wildfly Server as my back-end tool with respect to JavaFX.

The Car Rental Application will be able to fully manage a car rental services Firm. The user can add Cars to the database (car name, model, rent/hire price etc), The Customer can remotely search through the Inventory, choose a car to hire and if the car is available, he/she can proceed to make payments.

I will try to integrate it to a Banking System application I have been using as tutorial at Narialand so that the rental price will be deducted from the Customer’s Account automatically.

The Java Email Sender Library will be fully used in this project till I wrap my head around the Java Mail resource shipped with Wildfly Application server.

wildfly - geekshelm

Steps to prepare for the Tutorial:

  • The First step in this project is to download and install Wildfly Application Server if you have not. You can check this link for it.
  • You have to add a datasource to it. By datasource I mean a database server, my favourite for now is PostgresSQL. You can check this link for it.
  • Setup the Server. I was running a tutorial like this at Narialand and I explained how to setup Wildfly 10 Application Server but if it is so confusing there, You should watch out for another post here on how to setup wildfly server.
  • Setup the database server.  I was running a tutorial like this at Narialand and I explained how to setup PostgreSQL Database Server but if it is so confusing there, You should watch out for another post here on how to setup PostgreSQL server.
  • Download and setup your favourite IDE and SDK tools. Netbeans IDE is my best IDE for now, it is really awesome to use. I am currently running Netbeans 8.1. Download and install the latest Java SDK tools from Oracle Website.

NOTE:

I will assume that anybody following this tutorial/project should have a good knowledge of Java especially Java SE, swing although we won’t be using it and a little knowledge of Java EE. Definitions and explanations will be exposed where necessary.

This project is for learning purposes. I am still learning in case you come across any error, typo or mistakes owing to inexperience. Please feel free to point it out and correct it.

I shall be proposing the business methods that will be contained in the Enterprise Bean in the next post.

 

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