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Is there any difference between java bean and enterprise bean?  RSS feed

 
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Please help as such where can i find about java beans
 
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Java Beans and Enterprise Java Beans are totally different things .Java Beans are used for getting and setting different values from a Java Bean object while Enterprise Java Beans are used for creating persistent layer to work on business logics even you can write business logics in Enterprise session beans.
 
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You can find a list of differences here

Originally posted by deepthi k:
Please help as such where can i find about java beans



And info here

http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/javabeans/

and here

http://www.inballard.com/Webroot/java.shtml
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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