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recNo and DTO object

 
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Hello Everyone

Question about DTO object in the assignments, I create Contractor object and i have a few question about it:
1 recNo(record identifier) - is part of the Contractor object?
2 What is default values for dto objects? just empty strings?
3 DTO attributes recNo,name etc can be null ?

Thanks
 
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Hi Sergey,

1. I added recNo as a part of my DTO (but it was not a part of the String array)
2. I used null as default values for the String attributes (and Boolean.FALSE and 2 for some very specific non-String attributes)
3. That's completely up to you.

Kind regards,
Roel
 
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