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<mainDescription>Typically the developer adds helper methods in the data model to facilitate the rule writing. Develop utility classes. The
data elements should not have persistence logic in it. For example in Java do not put JDBC code in the Customer object. Let
try to stick to the Java bean specification for all the&amp;nbsp;business objects, and leverage a service layer, with service
facades objects to help gathering and process data.&amp;nbsp;</mainDescription>
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