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Nicholas Turner
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I am fixing to make my first site using EJB's. Do they work better with MVC architecture or the old fashioned?
In that I'm saying does it matter or is just using mvc a more organzide approach or does the old fashioned style make you write a lot of crap code to keep it organized?
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Chris Mathews
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I find using a MVC design beneficial for almost all applications that I write (with the possibe exception being those that are extremely small projects).
What exactly do you consider "old fashioned style"? What makes it "old fashioned" (MVC has been around since the 70's)?
[ June 01, 2003: Message edited by: Chris Mathews ]
 
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the one page design like choose your own adventure book. architecture 1
 
ahmad namini
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I would suggest MVC, whether old or new, the ideal to demarcate your application in the web container view. Struts, an open-source jsp implementation of MVC, is very nice.
The model view, implemented via JavaBeans or EJBs is your conduit to the EJB container. As far as I am concerned, this represents the, I hate this term, so please excuse me, the state-of-the-art.
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