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java bean instead of a Java Object

 
Manas Ahlaad
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The advantage derived by JavaBeans by liveraging on the introspection used by the bean containers to achive runtime changes is known.
Therefore the use of JavaBean components in visual components is evident,what i want to know is "what is the distictive characteristic of java beans in a non visual interface context that edges it over a normal java object?"
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What advantage do i derive when i use a java bean instead of a Java Object in a non visual component context?
 
Carl Trusiak
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This would be more appropriate in the Intermediate Forum, I'm moving it there.
 
Cindy Glass
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manas, we already discussed this here.
What is it that you didn't understand?
 
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