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My advise is to you to use Properties object and define all parameters which you don't want to hardcoded in your application in properties files which can easily retrieve by properties oject which is defined in java.util library. Regards,
Nauman Khan <br />SCJP,MCSE,SCWCD,SCBCD,SCWCD1.4
Joined: May 10, 2001
Originally posted by Nauman Khan: My advise is to you to use Properties object and define all parameters which you don't want to hardcoded in your application in properties files which can easily retrieve by properties oject which is defined in java.util library. Regards,
thank you for your inputs. I am doing it this way now. I have a bean for every form that takes care of getting data from the user form and also the database operations. In this way I could move much of my code to the bean and keep my business module code clean. Shankar.