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serialization vs initialization

Posted on 2011-03-01
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Hi, which is more effective, I initialize a User object and the need to pass it to the next page
Should I serialize and store in the session or perform the same initialization on the next
page ?
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Question by:Rozamunda
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If that is all there is to it, might as well do the initialization and avoid the session overhead.
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by:Loganathan Natarajan
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It is better you initialize it on the next page and do the process.
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by:Rozamunda
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Thanks, how about using object registry ? (MVC concept)
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Loganathan Natarajan earned 150 total points
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one more point, try to avoid the storing objects with session .. it will consume lot of spaces and slow down your app.

In fact you can use MCV concept way the storing and retrieving the objects on the pages.
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The only reason for storing the information is for it to be reused and altered.  If the information is static, put it in an include file that gets used whenever needed.
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