Patterns

A design pattern is a description of communicating objects and classes that are customized to solve a general software design problem within a particular context. [FAQ Previously managed by More>>

A design pattern is a description of communicating objects and classes that are customized to solve a general software design problem within a particular context. [FAQ Previously managed by John Mitchell and John Moore]."   <<Less

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I wan to build a simple struts application to insert one record into my Oracle 1Og table. I created ...
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hello all the database provide the function and stored procedure to allow the programmer to encaptul...
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hello in my project,we use the session bean and entity bean architecture,in one of the model,we need...
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hello i am now studying the petstore1.3 that is packaged in the weblogic7,and the WAF architecture...
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hello: i am now studying the petstore1.3,and find that the global parameters are kept in the servlet...
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from the "java core pattern" book,i have learned that the service locator is a singleton,but when i ...
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hello in some tag libraris such as jakarta tag library and jrun tag library,there is database acc...
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Which patterns were used by Sun in designing the Enterprise JavaBeans model?
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