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Data Conversion - Client Application

 
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hi Guys,
I have a question.
I understand that the data conversion part of the assignment is to be considered separate from the actual client-server application.
I would like to know if the data conversion application, when run, should create the database in a place that is where the client/server is expecting the database to be?
In other words, can i assume that the person who is converting the database will do the conversion first and put the converted datafile in a place where the client/server needs it to be?
hope i am clear on my question.
I am sorry, if i sound confusing.
Thanks in advance
 
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Ajit:
I think you should take a look at your requirement, as far as I know, all new Sun asssignment will not longer require a data conversion tool.
 
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Ajit,
your DataConversion tool should be such that if you give a full path name of the database file to be created, it should create it in the appropiate directory.
Similarly your client/server should be able to read the file given the full path name.
It shouldn't matter in which directory the file is. As long as u give a full pathname it should work. If everything is in the current directory, u can just specify the filename.
regards
Deb
 
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Thanks guys
 
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