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My 2 Cents What Standard Needs To Be Followed For Designing Java Bean Classs?

Discussion in 'General Programming Discussions' started by krishatg, Mar 15, 2016.

  1. krishatg

    Yellow Belt

    Jan 16, 2016
    +14 / -0
    JavaBean is nothing but the object of the classes but there are certain standards that need to followed for designing a class of such objects as:
    • All properties i.e data members should be private.
    • Non-parameterized constructor is mandatory.
    • Put class in package(not in default package)
    • Getter/ setter methods are used to access bean properties.
    • If a property has only getter methods, then that property is called read only property.

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