JavaBeans bean container

Discussion in 'Java' started by Edward Diener, Apr 26, 2007.

  1. I have a JavaBean, where one of the properties of the bean is as a bean
    container for other beans of a certain type or sub-type. I would like to
    specify this property as a BeanContext, which is the traditional bean
    container under Java 1.4 and up. While I can specify the type of this
    property as a BeanContext, and instantiate a BeanContext from the
    BeanContextSupport class, how can I get IDE environments which host
    JavaBeans to treat this property as a nested BeanContext ?
     
    Edward Diener, Apr 26, 2007
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