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How to Install and Use NetBeans for Java Development
In this guide, I will try to explain you how you can run examples for J2EE tutorials. There are many ways you can do this, here we will be using the examples in NetBeans IDE which is one of the most powerful open source Java integrated development environments available.
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Reading and Parsing XML Files with Enterprise JavaBeans
posted byfaisalinJavaBeans
A step-by-step tutorial in which we will create a Session EJB which will read a given XML file. So in this tutorial you will learn two things; how to read XML files in Java and how to add this functionality in EJBs. Every step has been explained in detail.
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Building your first Enterprise JavaBean.
posted byfaisalinJavaBeans
This step by step tutorial will show you how to build a simple Session EJB. It will then deploy this EJB on JBoss Server and call it from a JSP page running on Tomcat. You will learn how to call an EJB running on a separate EJB cotainer from a JSP page running on a different WEB container. Every step has been explained in detail.
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An Introduction to Enterprise JavaBeans
posted byfaisalinJavaBeans
An article on what are EJBs, what they provide, what are their different types and when and why to use them.
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Creating a Browser Detection JavaBean
posted byfaisalinJavaBeans
A step by step tutorial to create a JavaBean which detects user browser and .NET enabled status. You can use this bean to develop browser friendly pages. Online demo available.
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What are JavaBeans?
posted byfaisalinJavaBeans
An article on JavaBeans, answers questions like what JavaBeans are and how to create your own JavaBean. Online demo available.
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JavaBeans FAQ
A concise list of frequently asked questions regarding JavaBeans. Includes what JavaBeans are, what you need to use JavaBeans, the difference between Java applets and JavaBean components, Enterprise JavaBean component, and more.
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Using JavaBeans with JSP
posted byedentdinJavaBeans
JavaBeans are Java's answer to Microsoft's ActiveX components. A JavaBean is the architecture for using and building components in Java. A bean can be either a visual object—meaning you can change the properties of a component by changing a radio button or similar object—or a nonvisual object. Rather than show you how to build JavaBeans (which could be the subject of an entire book), this tutorial will show you how to integrate JSP with a preexisting bean.
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Building Your Own JSP Components
posted byduaneinJavaBeans
Adapted from a chapter of the book Web Development with JavaServer Pages, this article is written for developers who want to create their own Beans for use as JSP components, and for interested web designers who want to understand how these components are implemented behind the scenes. It is not necessary to understand the details of Beans development to work with JSP. As component architectures go, the interface between JSP and Beans is quite simple.
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