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servlet calling a database access file

 
nash avin
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Hi,
I have a servlet in which all the code for database is present.This is a bad idea i am told,so I was suggested that I move all the database connection code to another class and make the server call that class(make an instance of the class).
Now the servlet class I have has the init() method and doPost() method.In the init() method I have

In the doPost() method I have the following code



My question now is,Do I have to just put what ever code is in the doPost() method into a separate .class file.Or do I have to put both the contents of doPost() and init() methods into another .class file.
Kindly let me know what could be a possible solution.Hope that I have told my problem properly.
Hoping to hear from you soon.
Thanks in advance
AS
 
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I think it is better if both move to the separate class. Then your database code is all together, which is clearer.
 
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