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This project is for modifying a A Netbeans 8 Web application, running on GlassFish 4.X app server.
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In this project you will develop a JSP page that is a part of an existing web application, using:
It is a Netbeans 8 project.
Submission: You must submit a Netbeans project, however, since the only changes that you are expected to do are in the 'web' folder, you only need to submit this folder.
You will also need a MySQL server instance, and a GlassFish application server to run the web app.
Although the app contains a lot of Java code, you will only need to work on the web part - no need to change anything on the Java part.
This web-page is a part of an existing application, therefore some effort should be dedicated to install and deploy the existing application, prior to implementation of this coding. The application windows are organized in tabs, and this new page is one of those tabbed windows.
The functionality of the new page is to create, define and manage market filters, and to display the incoming market data (resulting from the defined filters). The data source is a web-socket end-point on the server, so your page has to connect to this WS (Web Socket) endpoint.
For this project, the window is divided into two parts: management & control (top) and data display (bottom). The control part is a form and the data is presented in a read only, sortable table.
This page connects to a WebSocket peer to submit filters for RT market data scanning and receive RT market data notifications.
The styling and general look should preserve the existing graphic and coding styling of the parts in the application that are already implemented.
1.1 REQUIRED EXPERTISE
Make sure that you/the team is proficient in the following subjects:
• GlassFish application server including basic security
• WebSocket end point API
• RESTful web-services
• JSON, XML, DOM and related subjects
• SQL language and MySQL database
Your objective is to implement the UI of a single tabbed window labeled “SCANNER” that is a part of a Web application.
The page that you will develop contains two parts: a control on top with several entry fields and buttons, and a display table that is updated when new messages are received on the WebSocket peer.
You will need to implement the UI components including their CSS styling and their action handlers. In addition, you will implement web-socket methods to connect, send messages and handle received messages.