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Looking for info on beans

 
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I continue to get conflicting information on how and why to construct a Java Bean. Where can I find good basic information. I think I've been building without a solid foundation.
 
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hi:
there are too much infromation beans, some links i came across before are:
The Choice is Clear: Write to the JavaBeans Component Architecture;
EJB;
Welcome to EJB Section;
Java Bean.
i hope they help!
 
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Please notice that Don gave you reference to two completely DIFFERENT things.
JavaBeans and Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs) have completely different fuctions and follow completely different specifications and requirements.
Bases on your question, I doubt if you are looking for information on EJBs. These are strictly formatted classes representing business logic components intended to interact with application servers (such as WebLogic or WebSphere) in an J2EE environment.
The huge specification for EJBs can be found here.
The documentation on JavaBeans can be found here. JavaBeans are GUI related components that follow certain much more simple rules, that are intended to allow them to be handled by a GUI design tool (BeanBox).
 
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