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Annick BOEL
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Did any one encountered difficulties with the concept of itinerary itself, according to the fact that an itinerary may have an outbound part and an inbound part if it is a round-trip?
Do we have only one itinerary, even if it is a round trip?

If we have only one itinerary even for a round trip, how is it possible to manage info about the outbound part and the inbound part?
Any comment?
Thanks

Annick
 
Giju George
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An Itinerary means :- the place from where you start, till the destination. It can be one-way or roundtrip. It's upto you to decide how you want to architect and design the system, whether to extend the (BDOM)itinerary or not..
 
Dan Drillich
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Annick,

If we have only one itinerary even for a round trip, how is it possible to manage info about the outbound part and the inbound part?


Expending on what Giju said; what about introducing the class trip which will be a one way trip (sorry for defining trip using .... trip ) ? In second thought maybe we should call this class OneWayTrip.

-- Dan
 
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