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Difference between Front Controller and MVC

 
Bahadar Khan
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Hi All,

Can anybody please explain the difference of these two patterns in some simple words? The reason being often the problem statements for these two pattern are so much overlapped that at times one feels Front Controller as a better design and for the same problem sometime MVC seems appealing. If anybody could please help around this I would be grateful as my exam is scheduled for coming Monday ( 3 days to go ).

Thanks in advance.

regards,
-Bahadar
 
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(2 days to go )

Please Help
 
Sudhakar Guntaka
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Hi Bahadar Khan,
Check out these specific words in a question.
Front Controller:
"Workflow" and "dispatch requests to the appropriate JSP pages" are typical uses of Front Controller.
MVC:
"Separation of data presentation and data representation"
"Provide services to different clients: web client, WAP client, etc."
"Multiple views , such as HTML or WML"
"Single Controller"

Hope these will work out. Good luck for your exam and do post your results and preparation experience.

cheers,
Sudhakar.
 
Bahadar Khan
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Thanks a lot Sudhakar.


Sure I will post results once I pass the exam


cheers
 
Gaurav Sahni
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Bahadur,
have u checked this thread ?

Best of luck for the exam. U will come out with flying colors.


Rgds,
Gaurav.
 
Bahadar Khan
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Thanks Gaurav for your best wishes for my exam and of course help too


btw: Did you feel butterflies in your stomach a day before exam?



regards,
-Bahadar
 
Gaurav Sahni
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Absolutely !!!
but i stopped studying anything, 12 hrs before the exam. Would recommend u to do that, and also, as HFS says, drink LOTS of water ....

and Relax. The actual paper is pretty easier than what is expected.

Rgds,
Gaurav.
 
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