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jqa699.txt

Associated article: Can You Share JavaBeans?

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Published source code accompanying the article by James Begole, Philip L. Isenhour, and Clifford A. Shaffer, in which they ask the question "Can JavaBeans be shared?" Our authors show you how. Their approach is based on a replicated architecture, where each collaborator maintains a copy of the shared data. Also see JQA699.ZIP.

					JAVA Q&A
by James Begole, Philip L. Isenhour, Clifford A. Shaffer

Listing One
1. public class Browser extends Panel {
2. String docString = null;
3. TextBean textBean = new TextBean();
4. HotJavaBrowserBean browserBean = new HotJavaBrowserBean();
5. PropertyChangeSupport changes = new PropertyChangeSupport(this);
6.
7. // Constructor creates interface and ...							
										
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