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JGoodies or JSR-295 for complex swing components like JTable and JComboBox

 
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Hi all,
I am new to bean binding and would like to know which is better for complex swing components like JTable,JTree and all.If anyone who knows about these technologies or have worked on any of this technolgies please give your suggestions.
thanks and regards,
arun
 
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Why are you bean building? Why not just create a JTable or a JComboBox to do what you need to do?
 
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Lately I've been using GlazedLists for my JTable, JList, and JComboBox. I recently started looking into JSR 295 for binding things like JTextField, JTextArea, etc.

I've accomplished JavaBean to component binding but I can't figure out how to go the other way automatically.

I don't really have a lot of input beyond I've been using them and they seem to work ok. JSR 295, or rather this implementation, is fairly verbose and still required PropertyChangeSupport for your JavaBeans, which I don't like. I love to find a pure POJO solution.
 
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Gregg,

Are you talking about using a GUI Builder like that found in NetBeans, etc... to create tables that are bound to database queries, etc?
 
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