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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 33190] - [collections] Facility for passing an Iterator object into the 'View' part of an MVC framework
Date Thu, 24 Mar 2005 11:52:41 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From james@carmanconsulting.com  2005-03-24 12:52 -------
I, for one, do not put iterators onto the request scope.  I just put collections
there.  So, I would have to be -1 on adding this as a common feature.  Also,
what if there are multiple iterators added to the request?  Which one will close
the connection?  What if the iterator is never used or not used fully (only
showing the first 10 or so)?  Is the connection not closed?  I don't think I
would ever use this idea.  I would stick with a request filter.

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