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This tutorial teaches you to integrate JSP with a bean that already exists. Java Beans is similar to the ActiveX components. With the JavaBeanís architecture you can build components in Java. A JavaBean can be used either as a visual or non-visual component. The article also supports examples.
This article tells you what Java Beans are. JavaBeans are Java classes that conform to certain coding standards namely, Implements java.io.Serializable interface, Provides no argument constructor, Provides getter and setter methods for accessing it's properties.
This tutorial teaches you how to create a Browser detection JavaBean, which detects your browser and displays a corresponding message. This JavaBean is highly useful as lot of browsers donít support all the HTML and CSS features.
This tutorial is a compilation of frequently asked question in JavaBeans. This concise FAQ gives an overview of covering various aspects with questions like What are JavaBeans?, Are JavaBeans a standard?, On which platforms can I use JavaBeans? etc.
This article is intended for developers who want to create their own Beans for use as JSP components. This article as describes how the Beans components are deployed and how it works.
This tutorial teaches you how to create Enterprise JavaBean. You can learn to deploy the EJB on free EJB server namely JBoss. Installing and running JBoss Server, Installing, configuring and running Tomcat Server, Developing your first Session EJB etc.
This tutorial teaches you how to use Java and read XML files. It teaches how to create a Session Bean (EJB) with the feature to read the given XML file and return the values read from the XML file as a Java object.
EJBs are group of Java classes, interfaces and XML files conforming to given rules. This article teaches you what the Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs) are, and the different types of EJBs and the reasons to use EJBs in your application.