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Hai please help me in bdk.
i have bdk1.1 , tried with juggler and molecular bean . but complete reference book i tried colors.java a user defined bean . all files like jar, mft are created without error , but i could not see any colors bean in bdk tool box.

What the problem
 
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Welcome to the JavaRanch.
JavaBeans are not the same thing as Enterprise Java Beans.
I'll move your post for you. You will have to tell us the details of what you are doing. The better question you ask, the more help we can be.
 
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The BDK (Beans Development Kit) is a very old toolkit for working with Java Beans (not Enterprise Java Beans). It's from the time of Java 1.1 (around 1998 or so), and it has not been supported for a long time. I don't think it is worth it to spend much time on. How old is that book you're using?

You can find a good, up to date set of tutorials here: The Java Tutorials.
 
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