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From Sandeep Takhar <>
Subject Re: Big Javabean?
Date Thu, 03 Jul 2003 14:47:06 GMT
Don't think there is a problem with a javabean that

We have similar sizes.

May want to think about using request scope though
(with the same java bean).  This means more calls to
the database however.

One question to ask is if you need to have concurrent
access to the same data.  Your session scoped bean
could be out of date if someone else updates it.

--- "Poon, Johnny" <> wrote:
> Hi
> There are 2 quick questions.
> 1) I'm considering making one huge javabean that
> will have 100+ fields.
> This bean will be share in the session across up to
> 23 different screen.  I
> think this is probably the cleanest way, as the same
> field might show up in
> different screens.  I don't think this will be a
> problem, however, I have
> never heard or made one single bean with that many
> fields.  Have you seen or
> done that?  Have you heard of any problem that might
> or have cause?
> 2) Also, since I'm on this note, I noticed if I have
> a variable name "mI"
> (stands for middle initial), therefore having
> getMI() and setMI(..), struts
> does not recognize those getter and setter because
> it is actually expecting
> getiM() and setiM().  I got around it by renaming my
> variable
> "middleInitial", so that the getter and setter are
> getMiddleInitial() and
> setMiddleInitial().  This works fine.  I'm just
> wondering if anyone out
> there aware of this or am I missing anything in the
> JavaBean standard?
> Thanks.
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