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JDBC and Object Design


Joined: Jan 08, 2002
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Hi friend!
I have a table :
username varchar2(15),
password varchar2(15),
tel varchar2(15),
.... a lot of fields here)
I use JDBC to connect to my table
I want to keep track of users when they enter my site. Which way should I ues
1 . Create a MembersClass containing all the field in my table and methods to access, update these fields. To keep track of users I store MembersClass object in session
1. Create two classes User class containing username and password fields, storing this class in session to keep track of users. The second class is MembersClass like the first one for creating, updating new users.
Thanks in advanced

It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
subject: JDBC and Object Design
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