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Better way to send a http response

Jill scott
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Joined: Nov 30, 2009
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Hi,

I have a servlet that responds to a request with value for 3 fields, say a="1" b="2" and c="3"

Which is the better way to send these as response? setting these as parameters in ServletRequest object or putting these values in a Serializable POJO and send it to client?

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AjayKumar Panigrahi
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Joined: Nov 21, 2009
Posts: 21
Hi jill
That depends on your application.what are you interested to do with those values?
As far i am concerned, its better to set these parameters in ServletRequest if you just need to respond.And if you need to store it in the database better to go with plain old java objects.Its good architecture DAO data access object


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What is the client? How does it expect the information? What is it going to do with it?


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