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From Upayavira>
Subject Re: JXTG and caching
Date Wed, 02 Jun 2004 10:55:55 GMT
Leszek Gawron wrote:

> Upayavira wrote:
>> I think you are getting something wrong here.
>> If you have two objects bizObj1 and bizObj2, and you pass these to a 
>> pipeline that does
>> JXT(bizObj1)->tx->tx-\
>>                      >-aggregate->tx->serlialize
>> JXT(bizObj2)->tx->tx-/
>> You would do:
>> sendPage("your-pipeline", {"bizObj1": bizObj1, "bizObj2": bizObj2});
> It feel like it breaks SoC a little as controller has to know how your 
> view is rendered. Also if you change your rendering to 3 aggregate 
> parts you have to make appropriate changes in controller.

Huh? Surely, your controller needs to tell the view what information 
(models) it needs to display? This is a necessary part of MVC?

<huge-snip about="wrapping a heavy business object"/>

>> Does that make sense?
> Now it does. I never thought of a wrapper. It's real pleasure to 
> discuss with you all.

Glad that helped.

>> It seems to me that Sylvains suggested extension of jxt has a great 
>> deal of power in it.
> OK. Then I'll continue my work and try to provide the appropriate 
> patch as I have already started to make needed changes.

Great. I'd love to see a cacheable jxt.

Regards, Upayavira

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