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How to maintain a static object list in Java??

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I am working on an app with Java and Struts2.
I fetch all data from my DB to an Object(eg.XXX) List at once while Tomcat(7) is coming up. Then according to user selection, I am trying to get data from the same List by doing Ajax call. But it is failing and getting an empty list. I don't want to use session.
Can I use and global object list for this?? An Example will be more helpful.

posted Sep 10, 2013 by Satyabrata Mahapatra

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Java does not have global variable, but the same can be achieved by the static members. But that will not solve your problem it seems.
Oh sorry.. what i mean was "public" object" ??
Not able to get the question, can you please edit your question...

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I would say try to solve the Ajax problem,
even if you want to try the global variable/object try in the following way -

public class Global {
  public static int a;
  public static int b;

now you can access a and b from anywhere by calling

answer Sep 10, 2013 by anonymous
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So this is what i am doing now.

public class AppABC {
    public static List<XXX> xxxList = new ArrayList<XXX>();

And i am calling it as

answer Sep 10, 2013 by Satyabrata Mahapatra
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