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Persisting request object

 
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I am working on core java designing a framework with datasource connections.
The task ahead is to persist request object and also to save request history every time the request status changes. the request status passes through 5 different stages.
I donot have a framework in place.
I have thoughts about writing a DAO and DTO objects. But it seems like a generic thing which most of us have implemented at one time or another. Would be grateful if ppl can throw insight about techniques to keep in mind and things to look for or examples.
Thanks in anticipation.

Charu
 
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