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weird problems with simple BDK examples

 
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I have recently started to learn about JavaBeans, and tried out the Beanbox today. I have experimented a lot, but I can't get even simple examples like stoping the Juggler with a button to work. When I connect an ExplicitButtons's actionPerformed-event to the Juggler's stopJuggling method, I get a messagebox that says "Generating and compiling adaptor class" and then nothing more happens, and I have to close the messagebox manually. When I disable design mode, the button doesnt work.
What am I doing wrong?
btw, im using win2000 and jdk1.3
 
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I've been getting the exact same problem you described re: the beanbox. Did you ever get this sorted out?
Please let me know at jacobus8@earthlink.net
I'm running W98 with JDK 1.2.
 
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I looks like Jasper didn't get a lot of response to his question in this forum. I'm thinking J2EE and EJB would be a better place to get some reponse. I'm moving this thread there.
 
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