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From Kevin D'Elia <kevinm...@comcast.net>
Subject Re: [ot] JavaBean persistence design advice
Date Wed, 30 Apr 2003 14:41:33 GMT
I'm working with Tomcat 4.1 and have set up the PersistenceManager to 
store session information to the filesystem; there's support for JDBC as 
well, although I haven't done that myself (yet).  Also, I am playing 
around with the session replication feature that will be available in 
5.x from what I understand, but can be retrofitted into a 4.x installation.

HTH

Kevin D'Elia

Erik Price wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I am not using EJB or any kind of managed persistence in my webapp 
> (though Torque looks pretty cool).  What is a recommended and not too 
> complex means to store simple JavaBeans to a DB?  I currently have a 
> "store()"-like method in my JavaBeans so that they can persist 
> themselves, but I thought I heard once (I forget where) that this is a 
> design antipattern.
>
> What do others use?
>
>
> Regards,
> Erik
>
>
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