How do I package a component to be used as a JavaBean?

John Zukowski

Beans can be packaged in JAR, ZIP, other archives. Using the jar tool that comes with the JSDK, you would need to perform the following two steps:

  1. Create descriptive text file called a manifest saying which classes are meant to be used as beans. For each bean, you would need to add a Java-Bean: true line like the following:
    Name: simple/Simple.class
    Java-Bean: true
    
  2. Then, create the JAR file, being sure to use the manifest file you created:
    [UNIX/DOS prompt] jar cvmf simple.txt Simple.jar simple/Simple.class
    

Now, when you load the JAR file into the visual development environment, it will know which classes are bean components and which aren't.

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