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  1. javabeans in weblogic (5 messages)

    HI
    where can i get more information regarding using
    java beans with weblogic
    I want to use javabeans in jsp
    with<usebean > tag
    but i dont know where to place it
    also how to deploy it as it cannot be deployed in same container with an EJB
    SO IS A SEPERATE JAR FILE NEEDED
    CAN I USE THE WEBLOGIC DEPLOYMENT TOOL TO DEPLOY IT(IF SO
    HOW WILL I ADD THE MANIFEST )
    please do help
    thanks
    Preethi

    Threaded Messages (5)

  2. javabeans in weblogic[ Go to top ]

    Hi

    You can use the useBean tag in the beginning of a jsp file.
    See the sample below :

    html tag...
    title tag...
    body tag...

    <jsp:useBean
    id="iBook"
    scope="session"
    class="crms.beans.InitBook"
    />

    Here, iBook is the id by which the bean called InitBook will be referred throughout the JSP file.

    hope this helps..
    Jayanand
  3. javabeans in weblogic[ Go to top ]

    hi
    thanks
    i know how to use a bean in jsp
    but my question is where to put it in weblogic?
    can it be put in the same jar file as an ejb
    as javabean specification say manifest is required
    while ejb1.1 need no manifest.
    further with the deployment tool of weblogic , how will you create manifest?
    can java bean be put in same container as ejb?
  4. javabeans in weblogic[ Go to top ]

    Hi,

    In weblogic keep ur bean class in weblogic\classes directory.
    No need to deploy or create any jar files.( no need even a manifest file )
    Just compile ur Javabean.java and put the Javabean.class in weblogic\classes directory.

    I hope this will sort out ur problem.

    Any further doubts u can contact me at

    jvnk at yahoo dot com

    bye
  5. javabeans in weblogic[ Go to top ]

    then how can you call it a bean
    java bean specifications points to using manifest and
    jar (see javabean tutorial)
    if these two are not needed it is only a simple class with
    the partial structure of a java bean, with setter/getter methords
    correct me if wrong
    Preethi
  6. javabeans in weblogic[ Go to top ]

    Beans can be classified in two different categories depending upon the usage. First one are visual beans(for which manifest file ans jar file needs to be created) and second are database specific beans which generally are used in JSP.You are right when u say beans are just classes.
    In any type of bean you need to define an constructorwith no arguments.

    I hope it helps