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Beans

In commodity trading, a slang term for soybean contracts. Beans refer only to soybeans, and not to any other beans traded on a commodity exchange or over-the-counter.
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With the time-to-market pressures in today's corporate environments, many organizations are taking advantage of Enterprise JavaBeans component frameworks to quickly build reliable and flexible eCommerce and eBusiness solutions," says Charles Stack, president and CEO of Flashline.
Develop Enterprise JavaBeans Architecture-based Components
To ensure a smooth application assembly and reuse experience, the Enterprise JavaBeans offered at Flashline will be tested for compatibility with the world-class Secant Extreme Enterprise Server for EJB product.
Tengah extends these IDEs to allow the assembly of network- and database-enabled applications based on industry- standard Java services, such as Java Database Connectivity (JDBC), Enterprise JavaBeans, HTTP servlets, and Remote Method Invocation (RMI).
Sun, Sun Microsystems, the Sun logo, Enterprise JavaBeans, EJB, Java, and Forte are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
The JavaBeans technology is proof positive that with the Java platform, Sun Microsystems is leading the computer industry into the next level of programming sophistication," Brad Green, vice-president of Marketing at Paradigm Research said.
By embracing JavaBeans throughout its Netscape ONE platform, Netscape is further extending Java's 'Write Once, Run Anywhere' capability to reusable component development.
Syndeo's unique architecture also lets developers create new data and behaviors without knowing how to design Enterprise JavaBeans, in a fraction of the time it would take to build from ground-up.
0 will be shown as a functioning JavaBeans component as part of JavaSoft's demonstration here at the JavaOne conference.
JavaBeans is a compact component architecture that allows developers to write reusable components once and then run the applications in COM, OpenDoc, and Netscape's LiveConnect(TM).
of the first and most mature support for JavaBeans in a development