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JavaBeans Unleashed by Rick Leinecker, Dr. Donald Doherty

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Chapter 8. Beans as Containers

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A container is an environment that beans live in, just like objects that exist within the environment we know as the world around us. A container for beans is known as a bean context, which can be a bean itself. The container or bean context provides various services to its beans including the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Some containers, such as the BeanBox tool's BeanBox window, may hold any software component that conforms to the JavaBeans ...

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