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Using JavaBeans with JSP

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Explains how to integrate JSP with a preexisting bean.
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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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12th October 2000
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12th October 2000

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