JavaBean and BeanContext problem

Discussion in 'Java' started by Edward Diener, Apr 25, 2007.

  1. I have a JavaBean, one of whose properties I would like to make a
    BeanContext, essentially a container for other Javabeans of a particular
    type or sub-type. I know how to filter out the particular type or
    sub-type added to the containing BeanContext. That is not my problem. My
    problem is that there is no built-in property editor for a property
    which is a BeanContext, and I want my property to expand to a
    BeanContext when the end-user clicks on that property of my bean so that
    other beans can be added to the nested BeanContext.

    How can I create a JavaBean property editor for my BeanContext property
    which will act as a nested BeanContext in whatever environment creates a
    BeanContext for the JavaBean itself ?
     
    Edward Diener, Apr 25, 2007
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