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    Plain Old Java Objects Means what?

    Q.) What are POJOs(Plain Old Java Objects)? Where do we use them?
















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    Quote Originally Posted by radhika743
    Q.) What are POJOs(Plain Old Java Objects)? Where do we use them?
    Plain Old Java Objects (POJOs) are any simple objects which do not have any special functionality implemented. They are used all the time and everywhere. To read more on POJO, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plain_Old_Java_Object

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    "This comment is really disgusting"... harsh words, but I agree that the footer makes no sense whatsoever...
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    Pojo

    POJO's are simple java classes where in we write private member variables and public methods and few utility private methods if required(in some cases).

    We use POJO's extensively in the cases of OR mapping where we populate the data into a POJO which has similar variables as the columns in DB and OR mapping tool will populate the data into DB and Vice Versa..

    Guys/Gals correct me if I am wrong...

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    Arun

    hi radika hav u got my answers

    i am having one doubt can your tell how to read a rtf file using a variable

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