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MVC architecture.

 
Rajeev Ravindran
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hi,
is it a right practice to use the same bean for doing database manipulation and storage ??? i mean, does it affect performace if i use a bean for database access and the same bean for setters and getters ?? or shld i used one bean for database related things and another bean for getters and setters ??? i think making confusion !! ..
not sure if this is the right forum to post this message..if therez any other forum for MVC architecture , plz gimme the url..
thanks
raj
 
Andres Gonzalez
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It is so annoying when someone posts the same question on multiple forums.. please do no do that
 
Rajeev Ravindran
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oops, im sorry, i did mentioned that i didnt know where to post that message..so i thought to post it in jsp and servlet forurms..anyway im sorry if i annoyed u, anders.
raj :roll:
 
Amit Manurkar
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The JSP-Bean architecture is not supposed to be a good one. Instead you can use one of the standard frameworks available (Struts, Tapestry etc.)
You can find some good discussion abt same on the "Framework" forum.
 
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