NBServerFaces - I. NetBeans Web Programming 1. Types of...

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I. NetBeans Web Programming 1. Types of beans: a. Application bean: used for information that you need to have available to all users of the application. i. Hangs around until the app stops execution. b. Session bean: used for information that is needed for a particular session i. Usually associated with a single user ii. Data is not shared with other users or their sessions. iii. Persists until the user terminates the current session. 1. Can be timed out – default is pretty long, about 3 hours. c. Request bean: Associated with a request from the client to the app. i. Once the request has been processed, the request bean info disappears. ii. You can tie request bean info to specific components on a page. iii. II. Creating a “Bean Project” 2. Start a new project as usual a. The key is to pick off the Visual Web JavaServer Faces in the Frameworks section. i. Make sure you click the checkbox. The first click only highlights the line; the second selects it. ii.
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course CIT 295 taught by Professor Purdum during the Fall '08 term at Purdue University.

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NBServerFaces - I. NetBeans Web Programming 1. Types of...

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