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Using Factory Design Pattern for Database Connection and Daos (Data Access Objects) With Struts Framework

By Mukesh D. Parsana, Jayesh N. Rathod and Jaladhi D. Joshi

Abstract

Abstract:- The Jakarta Struts is one of the most widely being used J2EE frameworks. It incorporates programming and design expertise from some important design patterns like MVC, Command, Front Controller, Adaptor and Template Method design patterns. The Struts framework provides utility classes to handle many of the most common tasks in Web application development i.e. classes for security, encryption, cryptography etc. This paper discusses how design and programming expertise of factory design pattern can be used with Struts to manage data objects and database connections efficiently. The Factory Pattern promotes loose coupling by eliminating the need to bind applicationspecific classes into the code

Topics: MVC, Factory Method Pattern, Abstract Factory, Framework, Struts
Year: 2014
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