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    hi,

    I have read some stuff about reverse engineering from your database columns to entities. i am ok with that. BUT the controls on your form being automatically created DYNAMICALLY using how your beans are structured.

    like for example, an entity person has properties ID, NAME, AGE. would it be possible to have them on a html form by using some kind of a wizard or IDE?

    please tell me if I am just too lazy. I just want to be more educated with technologies that I am not really familiar with.

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    simon

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    Where does java programming come into this?
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    The EJBs should be the source of whatever should be on the html forms

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    geez, it is such a shame people can't understand a simple question. they can't even tell if it is possible or not. well anyway thanks for the reply nick burns

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    Default Re: reverse engineering

    You never explained what this has to do with java programming.

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    Default Re: reverse engineering

    The EJBs should be the source of whatever should be on the html forms. (form inputs corresponding to the properties on the bean) how many times should i repeat myself

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    Default Re: reverse engineering

    Maybe you shouldn't continue saying the same thing if no one understands what you are saying.

    I see a J in this last post. Does that J refer to java?

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    yea you are right. i need to improve my engrish. thanks for the tip nick burns

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    Default Re: reverse engineering

    And you expect help when you choose to throw insults?
    Norm isn't playing an "I know more than you" card...he's trying to get you to explain your problem in more detail, possibly including an example of what it is you are trying to do, and maybe something from another technology that you might be thinking a Java IDE (or framework) might emulate.

    Of course, you could simply keep repeating yourself...

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    @Norm and @Trolls, thanks for the suggestions. I now know that this is possible with the use of netbeans ide code generators

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