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From "Chappell, Simon P" <>
Subject RE: REAL Pasty's (was RE: Announce Struts E-Book for less than $10)
Date Fri, 05 Apr 2002 21:47:50 GMT
The only REAL pasty's are the ones you buy and eat with your feet planted on Cornish soil!
:-) We have a town 8 miles from here called Mineral Point and it has a very strong Cornish
heritage (twinned with Redruth!), however the local pasty's are but pale imitations compared
to the REAL ones that I consumed back in my youth, my not so youth and on every trip back

I prefer not to use parameters on my requests. I either have an add page or an update page.
This is a personal preference thing and I don't want to start a friday afternoon flame war.
In the "more objects, but simpler" versus "less ojects but more complex", I have a long history
of voting for simpler.


>-----Original Message-----
>From: Joe Longo []
>Sent: Friday, April 05, 2002 3:33 PM
>To: Struts Users Mailing List
>Subject: REAL Pasty's (was RE: Announce Struts E-Book for less 
>than $10)
>So here is a struts style question,
>an ActionForm is created upon each request, so
>we need to either fill the form out with initial data,
>or use the posted form content to update persistent data.
>Do you prefer to add a parameter to your requests 
>to differentiate between a new request (where you pull data initially
>from a DB source) and a subsequent request to modify (the submit)?
>Or you keep state in the session to detect this?
>Or something else?
>Hey, we have real Pasties here in Grass Valley, CA.
>Cornish gold miners brought them here, and their
>descendants still make them. 
>> REAL Pasty's etc etc.
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