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Multiple javabeans instances

Simon Harvey
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Joined: Jan 26, 2003
Posts: 79
Hi everyone,
I am just wondering about how javabeans (and objects I really) are typically used. Lets say, as a hypothetical scenario I have a computer program that deals with lots of logged in users. Would it be appropriate to hold loads of user javabean objects in some form of collection?
Basically what I am wondering is whether you are supposed to use classes and javabeans to create large numbers of objects held in memory. How many simple objects can a modern computer handle easily.
I'm just wondeirng if there is a different model. Maybe you're not really supposed to use a bugger load of objects or java beans. But then how else do you store representations in memory?
A big ol fankoo to anyone who cares to share any advice.
Kindest Regards
Simon Harvey
Dirk Schreckmann
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Joined: Dec 10, 2001
Posts: 7023
Hold on, pardner.
We don't take to kindly to multiple posts 'round these parts. It just makes it plain confusin' to follow a conversation.
Let's continue this conversation o'er in the intermediate forum.


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