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kishore goswami
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In J2EE implementation of MVC design a model is a javabean or an EJB ?
Sergiu Truta
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Here's how James Goodwill defines the MVC components in his book "Mastering Jakarta Struts":
The Model - Represents the data objects. The Model is what is
being manipulated and presented to the user.
The View - Serves as the screen representation of the Model. It is
the object that presents the current state of the data
objects.
The Controller - Defines the way the user interface reacts to the user�s
input. The Controller component is the object that manipulates the Model, or data object.
[ February 05, 2004: Message edited by: sergiu truta ]

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Lasse Koskela
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It can be both. It can also be none of those two, but plain old Java objects instead.


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