>If you store just the data in your database...

Yup, but in this case the class is the data. In my case I'm building a
document generator. The generator asks the user a series of questions.
These questions can be of a given type. The types are defined by
classes. If we add a new type, I'd like to upload the class into the
database and we're good to go. No programming changes required (other
than creating the class that implements the question type). Hence, the
classes that implement the question types are data, not code.

-Walden

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Walden H Leverich III
Tech Software
(516) 627-3800 x3051
WaldenL@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
http://www.TechSoftInc.com

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(Whatever is said in Latin seems profound.)


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