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About Map wrapper scheme

Seetharaman Venkatasamy
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Hi Folks[Bear],

I come across the question "How to use jsp:useBean in servlet" in Jsp forum . In that Bear mention About Map Wrapper . I want to know about this . i did google ,but not able to get the information about Bear's Map Wrapper .

Please Can you give me the url to learn about Map wrapper
Steve James
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Did you succeeded in using Wrapper .

I am just a brick in the wall of Java
Bear Bibeault
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Essentially I just create a class that is a wrapper around a Map instance. I store the parameter map in this Map instance. Getters on the class provide bean-like access to the expected properties.

This makes it easy to "set" a large number of parameters without having to set each and every one, yet has all the benefits of a true bean with respect to getters.

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I agree. Here's the link:
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