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Java Bean bound property within Sun One

drodalejo
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One week ago I started to develop my first beans. I´m using Sun One 4 and the clasical beanbox to test my creations. The problem I have now is that I have a bean with two bound properties, these properties are dependent of each other, I mean if I change one of them the other has to change too. I have tested my bean using the beanbox and everything works as I expected, so when I change one of this properties the other one is updated 'on the fly' and the change is reflected in the properties view, but when I test my bean with Sun One I cannot see the change reflected in the properties sheet. I have done some tests in in Sun One and if I change one of this properties the other change its value as espected but it occurs behind scene cause this new value is not reflected in the properties sheet. Is this a bug with Sun One or do I have to do something else to update the properties sheet??? Please help!
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Mayank SPrincipal Technologist
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Looks like it is something wrong with Sun One. Maybe try a later release.

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Well I have installed JavaStudio Enterprise 8 to test my bean and I got the same behaviour as using Sun One. Then I installed NetBeans 5.0 and within this IDE my bean works perfectly. So at this moment I´m more confused and a score of 2-2, I mean using the beanbox and netbeans 5.0 my bean works as i wish, but on the other hand, using SunOne 4 or Java Studio 8 i get i different behaviour.

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Sounds like something which has to be reported to Java Studio and Sun One as a bug yet to be fixed, perhaps. I would recommend continue to use Netbeans.

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