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How to reflect an event that occurs in a bean to an applet which holds the bean ?!!

 
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Hi , Here's my design of a bean -> Propertiesbean which is similar to a propertylist that exists in VisualCafe or VB.
I have a bunch of Labels 7 TextFields which are laid on panels. The panels are furthur added to a splitpane, and finally, the splitpane is added to a scrollpane. In the splitpane, the left component is the panel that comprises of labels, and the right component is a bunch of TextFields & Comboboxes.
My question is : Whenever I type in something inside the textfield of the bean, the text I type must be reflected on a TextField which already exists inside an applet which also holds the bean. How do I take care of this ?!! I would really appreciate it if someone can give me an approach to this problem ?!!
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I'm still waiting. Hope to find some answers soon !!!
 
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Hi,
Why dont u try using a document model for the text fields. If u use the same model for both the text fields, changing value in one will reflect in another.
Hope this solves ur problem.
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The magic words are "property change listener"
This may help:
http://www.ddj.com/articles/1999/9902/9902d/9902d.htm
 
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