The alternative (better) practice would be to have setter/getter for 'property' in the 'SomeBackingBean' and the setter will write to 'somePOJO.anotherPOJO.property' and getter will read from 'somePOJO.anotherPOJO.property'
Tim Holloway wrote:"temporary" in this particular case just means that instead of setting a value in your "permanent" or object model data, you use an intermediate holding area, which is just a property presented on a backing bean. That way the permanent object's value only gets changed if you commit the value by copying it from the intermediate (or temporary) property in the backing bean to the permanent object. Which would be done as part of the action processor.
Davie Lin wrote:
Would you write me some simple code example?