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Helper & Handler Classes

Sid Alghol
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Joined: May 20, 2010
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Hello Everybody,

My question is;what are the helper and handler classes?Which part of the applications should be included in them.

I am reading a book about Spring framework and I'm facing these terms a lot.

Thanks for your help.
David Newton
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The helping and handling parts.

"Helpers" are just that--classes that help, like general utilities. A "handler" can be just about anything, like an HTTP request handler. They are very general terms and what they mean really depends on context.
Sid Alghol
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Thanks for your reply.

Rgds
Rob Spoor
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Sid Alghol wrote:Rgds

Sorry to nitpick, but please UseRealWords: "regards"


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