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From Mansour <>
Subject Re: facade stored in Session
Date Thu, 14 Jun 2007 11:16:29 GMT
Basically, because of the performance issue. It takes a while to 
initialize the facade with every single request.
What's the problem with this ?

Frank W. Zammetti wrote:
> It may be OK, but my experience tells me its atypical... the question 
> I would ask is why you need to cache the reference to the facade in 
> the first place?  Typically you get an instance of it, either a new 
> instance or a pooled instance from a JNDI lookup or some factory or 
> something along those lines for each use (usually one per request)... 
> is there something about the design of your facade that makes this not 
> possible, or are you thinking of performance reasons?
> Frank
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> Mansour wrote:
>> Hello every one:
>> I am trying to access my business  layer from Actions. However, I 
>> need to hold a reference to the business layer facade and access it 
>> from any Actions classes. I am saving the reference to servicesFacade 
>> in a session and retrieving it in the Action. I am having no problem 
>> with this, but I don't know if this is the proper way to do it. Is 
>> there other alternatives ?
>> I need an advice.
>> Thank you.
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