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creating a sample java bean

 
kazeem balogun
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1 while trying to load a sample java bean i created , i got an error message indicating that my jar file did not contain any bean . and i think i followed the necessary steps.

2 are there other tools for creating javabeans other than the bdk.
if there are , can u pls post the site's address

3 any difference btw java beans and ejb
 
Tom Katz
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I, for one, dont know what BDK is - didnt they just catch that guy in Kansas?

Do you see your class in the jar? What were the 'necessary steps' you followed? Could you include the error you got?

There's tons of differences between regular java beans (basically just classes being used) and EJBs.. too many to go into detail here, but at least now you know theyre not the same thing...
 
James Carman
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BDK = beans development kit, not BTK = bind, torture, kill.
 
Steven Bell
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That is a basic Java Bean. EJB's are an entirely different animal. When I see them I generally run away screaming.
 
Alexandru Popescu
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You may be loosing lots of money if you run .

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