JavaBeans

JavaBeans are reusable software components written in the Java programming language, designed to be manipulated visually by a software develpoment environment. [FAQ Previously managed by More>>

JavaBeans are reusable software components written in the Java programming language, designed to be manipulated visually by a software develpoment environment. [FAQ Previously managed by John Zukowski]."   <<Less

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Can I specify a custom class loader to load my beans?
Fri 03/03/00
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What are the differences between Infobus and the JavaBeans Activation Framework? Why would I choose ...
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How can a JavaBean be used as a distributed object in RMI or CORBA?
Sat 01/06/01
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How can I instantiate a serialized JavaBean into applet if my .ser file is in jar or zip archive?
Thu 01/25/01
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After installing BDK1.1 on Windows, what's involved in setting up my machine to use it?
Wed 02/28/01
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What is introspection in JavaBeans?
Fri 03/09/01
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How do we use application/x-java-bean in the OBJECT tag with the Java Plug-In?
Mon 04/23/01
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Wed 03/07/01
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If I want to call any method from the class I can declare an object of that type and call method. ...
Thu 10/25/01
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How do I create an inf file which instructs the cab file how to download and install a jar, tlb, and...
Sat 01/19/08
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Thu 02/01/01
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What is the general guideline for packaging a bean for commercial use? What are the required items? ...
Tue 05/31/11
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