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From "Madel,Kurt" <>
Subject RE: does javascript have a place in mvc & struts
Date Mon, 28 Oct 2002 23:14:03 GMT
I believe that there is not exactly a consensus. However, the Struts
Validator makes it easy to incorporate both.  Additionally, many will check
the data again in the model layer before it is persisted (i.e. inserted into
a database).

On the model layer, I use O/R mapping that helps with data integrity in the

Kurt Madel
Programmer, CSMi
(703) 823-4300 ext. 170

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Sent: Monday, October 28, 2002 5:36 PM
To: Struts Users Mailing List
Subject: does javascript have a place in mvc & struts 

Sorry this might be an elementary question, but im new to jsp and struts.
I have done a lot of reading in the last few weeks. I realize that struts
is the way to go in terms of following the mvc model. My one question at
this time is in regards to form validation. By that i mean when a user
enters information; lets say username & password should the information be
validated with the aid of javascript on the client side or is the concesus
to leave such a task to beans on the server side???
Thank u all for your time


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