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Use of DataClient

 
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Hi!,
What is the use of DataClient in this assignment. Specs say that it must have same code as Data class. As it is I am having one Data class of local and another for remote with exactly same code...(other than exceptions and code for remote access).
Thanx in advance.
 
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Hi,
What's the DataClient? I can't find it in my assignment.
 
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Data Client that is mentioned in the spec is some sort of client program which maps the gui to the database either locally or through network. You have to include all the public methods of Data class somewhere in the client side (think of this being useful when the app. is running in network mode) as the client doesnt know the data class methods as it is not available locally (network mode). This is how I understood the spec.
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