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From "Gallagher, Jim (RBoS ITD&S Dublin)" <>
Subject Very basic question on formbeans
Date Wed, 22 Nov 2006 14:11:56 GMT

	I've designed & written a couple of struts applications up to now,
and recently the solution to a problem has caused me to wonder if I'm making
a fundamental error in the way I've been doing it. 

	Up to now, when designing a jsp I've only used the formbean to
collect the information entered, rather than to pass it to the jsp in the
first place. I'm wondering whether it's a better idea to create the
formbean, populate it and use that to pass the information to the jsp? I can
see there might be some MVC benefits, but I'd be interested in other
peoples' opinions.

	Apologies if this is blindingly obvious, but I'm keen to determine
the best way of utilising struts.



Jim Gallagher,
New BACS Team,
Domestic Payments,
Payments, Security & Fraud,
Royal Bank of Scotland,
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