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HttpServletRequest parameter vs attributes ?

 
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Hi All,

We have a ERP system in place, I am writing a framework to integrate this ERP with Ajax, my question is the flow in the existing system happens by passing the data in parameter from html form, but I had to take all this parameters from HttpServletRequest and set it in as request attributes, so will take affect in performance ? I think after done with the processing I should remove all the attributes ?

Also I had to forward all the incoming request to my custom servlet which in turn will send response to ajax client, will this degrade performance ?


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Welcome to JavaRanch!

But... after the request is made, the request is gone. There would be nothing to remove the attributes from.
 
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Performance will not be affected by these minute actions. Worry about performance when and if it becomes an issue.
 
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