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JavaBeans Unleashed by Rick Leinecker, Dr. Donald Doherty

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Chapter 27. Beans as ActiveX Components

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You're creating great JavaBeans components, but you're concerned that people can't use them in all of the software that isn't bean savvy, such as Microsoft Word or Visual Basic. Don't fear for a moment—the JavaBeans Bridge for ActiveX wraps your component. Your bean runs anywhere that you can run an ActiveX control, including any platform that supports ActiveX, such as Microsoft Windows, Macintosh, and some flavors of UNIX. In fact, you can use the bridge to allow your bean to be displayed in Microsoft Internet Explorer and any ...

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