OLE implementaion

How to implement OLE concept (Object Linking and embedding ) in java
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JavaBeans: JavaSoft's component standard, backed by Sun, Netscape, and IBM. An extension of the existing Java
     object model that will provide capabilities similar to OLE ActiveX and OpenDoc parts. Java applets without beans can
     be placed on World Wide Web pages, but they can't interact with other Java applets on the page. JavaBeans will let
     developers provide the linking and embedding functionality available from compound document architectures today, such
     as OLE and OpenDoc.
manjuceeAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the info.
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