Author: Manuel Lemos
Package: Mezon Record Field
Often this is done using database access code that performs the queries to retrieve and store the data edited by the user using Web forms.
This package provides a more flexible solution by separating the code that accesses the data container from the code that generates the HTML and processes the form data.
It takes a parameter that is a separated service object that will take care of storing and retrieving the data.
This way, developers can change the type of container where the data is stored by changing the service object to take care of that task.
This possibility will allow developers to implement solutions that process forms in one machine and handle the data storage in a separate machine, making the whole solution more scalable.
About the Mezon Record Field Package
The basic purpose is: Create form fields to edit values stored remotely
Here follows in more detail what it does:
This package can create form fields to edit values stored remotely.
It can manage the information that can be edited by the user by using a given initial value or retrieving it from a stored record that can be accessed using a given client object that is responsible to store or retrieve the value.
The package can also generate the HTML to render the field with its current value, so it can be displayed in a form.
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