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From Rich Feit <>
Subject Re: BeeHive pageflow and bea pageflow
Date Tue, 05 Jul 2005 19:11:50 GMT
I'd add this characterization:  Beehive Page Flow is all of BEA's Page 
Flow, plus features like the ones John listed... all using true Java 
annotations instead of the old XDoclet-style ones.  Plus the source 
code.  :)


John Rohrlich wrote:

>BEA open sourced the Page Flow technology and added many features
>including the Interceptor. Others include shared flows, Page Flow
>inheritance, new data grid and tree tags, etc. Hard to say what the main
>difference is, but an important difference is that Beehive technologies
>depend on JDK5.0 because the technology relies on JSR-175 annotations.
>- john
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Rick Ho [] 
>Sent: Tuesday, July 05, 2005 12:37 PM
>To: Beehive Users
>Subject: BeeHive pageflow and bea pageflow
>I am using bea pageflow, and also looking into beehive's pageflow. It
>seems that beehive has something called Interceptor, which allows
>developer to plug in extended logic in the framework, but bea's pageflow
>does not have it. Please correct me, if I am wrong.
>Here comes my question: what is the main difference between beehive
>version and bea version?

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