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Mr Bear Bibeault we arent all English speakers. I cant understand which is the problem..anyways.
My first though was to save all tha stuff at application context..But i cant figure how to access application object within my classes.I know within servlet i can access the application context but within my classes?
Suppose i have a class that has these functions
How would this access the application context:S?
The only way i can figure is myClass to hold a reference to application object...
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