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Bean in application scope

Pranav Sharma
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I have a situation where all users need (only read, no write) to have access to the same information.
My solution is to add the needed info to a bean and stuff it into the application scope, this way I don't need to stuff the bean into each request or session. However I also need to refresh this information at regular intervals. I'm worried that I may step on the object just when a user is trying to access this object, ie, it is not synchronized.

Is my initial solution correct for the situation and if so how would I take care of the synchronization issues.

TIA
David Newton
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Not really a Struts issue.

Synchronization is a topic well-covered on the web and in other JavaRanch forums.
Pranav Sharma
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Thanks David. Thought as much when I submitted, but put it out here since I'm using struts and its a web app. With the application scope. So put it in the java in general section then ?
David Newton
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I don't know which forum would be best; I really only hang out here in Struts.
Pranav Sharma
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heh.. ok. Thanks
 
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