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Old March 19th, 2008, 12:55 AM
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Default which one is fast: java Bean implementation Or Arr

iam doing a web based project using servlets and jsp.This application will be use around 30 users.
Iam writing all my business logic in a jsp page. There will be a common java bean file for database connection.
Just calling that bean file in all the jsp pages using the jsp:usebean tag.
Now i want to write all my bussiness logics(database querys) in a separate java file.
so wheather i have to write that in a java bean file or using ArrayList Or is there any other methods.
which method is good.Please help me in this.


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Old April 1st, 2008, 03:07 AM
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use packages

write all your business logics in that package

and include that package in your jsp page
u can then create objects of classes contained in that package
and can call its methods
just we do in a java program

Once you start a working on something,
dont be afraid of failure and dont abandon it.
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