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From "Valter G. Nogueira Jr." <val...@intersic.com.br>
Subject Re: CRUD Operations using Tomcat
Date Wed, 21 Jul 2004 13:57:03 GMT
I have read a lot about Struts, Hibernate and DAO.

But these aproachs are too verbose, I mean manually define XML configs, jsp
pages, actions...

I was looking for some tool which I point to my database schema and it
produces the bunch of code.

It would be good if it was tied to a data dictionary that could dynamically
change checks and labels.

Valter

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Wendy Smoak" <java@wendysmoak.com>
To: "Tomcat Users List" <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 20, 2004 8:25 PM
Subject: Re: CRUD Operations using Tomcat


> From: "Valter G. Nogueira Jr." <valter@intersic.com.br>
> > I am looking for good ways to implements CRUD ops using Tomcat
> > Having handcrafted jsp/servlets almost identicals seems to be not only
> > boring, but an error prone aproach.
>
> How are you doing it now?  Do you have JDBC code inside your Servlets?  I
> use Struts, and on that users list we often get the same sort of question,
> "How do I read and write records using Struts?"
>
> The answer is the same-- you don't.  You do your data access in a separate
> layer of code so that nothing in the Action [or Servlet] even knows that a
> database exists.
>
> There are several options available if you're using JDBC-- I think
Hibernate
> is one?  I wrote my own and followed the J2EE Data Access Objects pattern.
> So in my Actions I have code along the lines of:
>   Person person = personDAO.read( "12345" );
>
> HTH,
> -- 
> Wendy Smoak
>
>
>
>
>
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