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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Hi all, I want to know why a class having setter and getter method for its variables is called...
Sun 04/09/06
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what is a java bean? .
Thu 03/23/06
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what are the technique to improve the application performance Please use html tags to format code ...
Thu 03/02/06
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What is the need of setter and getter methods in beans? Why can't we use normal methods. Can any o...
Tue 02/28/06
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How can I create a JavaBean that itself contains other JavaBean. Lets say I want to have bigger ja...
Tue 02/28/06
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why a bean class should not have public instance variables?
Tue 02/28/06
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Wht shoul i install to create beans? Ive recently startted JavaBeans in my classes. There we r using...
Tue 02/07/06
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I am a new commer to the java Bean development area can u please help me to find the BDK1.1 download...
Tue 02/07/06
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Sun 01/22/06
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can a java bean have any other methods other than setter and getter methods?
Tue 01/31/06
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difference between EJB's and Java beens
Mon 01/23/06
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