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J2EE Inheritance

mike strong
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Joined: May 24, 2001
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Hi guys.
I am wondering what the best approach is for the following:
I have several types of Forms that need to be saved in two different sets of tables. I am wondering if it is better to create an abstract form class and then concrete sub classes that then get passed to a session bean that calls their persist methods or is there a better way?
TIA,
Mike
 
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