I would like to create the web application that can work with ORM entities. Servlets, that, through DAO class, can CRUD entities. DAO formalize as Spring-bean and for each operation with entities, servlets must create an object of DAO class through Spring.
Is that right? What problems may result?
There should be a business object in between the servlet object and the DAO. And there typically should be a delegate object between the servlet and business object.
Business object should contain CRUD methods that invokes DAO's CRUD methods? What methods must contain Business Delegate?
Joined: Apr 16, 2008
Keep in mind that so far we are only speaking in abtract terms. In order to completely go into details we would need the requirements for the application, including details about logic, operations, features and functions.
Business object should contain CRUD methods that invokes DAO's CRUD methods?
No. The Business object should contian methods that implement whatever logic the application is written to have. Inside the implementation of these methods, the methods of one or more DAO objects are called.
What methods must contain Business Delegate?
A Presentation-tier Business Delegate should have methods that enable the execution of a business object's methods.
Ideally, you should be able to execute business methods from a command line (for testing outside of a web container for example).
Eliminate any dependency on a Presentation method from the business object model. A single business object model should be executable from multiple Presentation technologies.
Joined: Aug 16, 2011
I have that structure of web-app: Servlet > Service Object > DAO > Database. Service object, DAO, Session Factory and DBCP connection pool - are Spring beans.
When user send request to servlet, Spring container create copy of Service Object bean, copy of DAO bean, copy of Session Factory bean and copy of DBCP pool? How I may be sure of that all request use one copy of Session Factory bean and DBCP pool&