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ABOUT CLIENT GUI Design on FBN

 
stewchicken
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Dear all,
1)
Did you put "add" and "delete" at your interface?
According to instruction , i only implement
search and bookflight two functions, but it said
Data client need implements all public method
in Data class.
GUI realize it's funcation through Data client,
so do you think i need put "add" and "delete"
2) instruction said "To connect with your server,
your should create a client program. This implementation
should include a class that implements the same public methods as suncertify.db.Data class,"
according to this.should i implements Data class
's modify, close, getRecord(),getRecordcount..all
public methods?
but i didnot see any sense of it
.
thanks for your attention
please give me some hints
regards
 
Alex Zhang
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I don't think U should as the requirement hasn't mentioned!
But U can add them in your UI, but U should disable them and mention them in your Doc the reason for adding them.
eg. for future enhancement
 
Jeff Song
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2) instruction said "To connect with your server,
your should create a client program. This implementation
should include a class that implements the same public methods as suncertify.db.Data class,"
according to this.should i implements Data class
's modify, close, getRecord(),getRecordcount..all
public methods?
but i didnot see any sense of it,

who can answer this question?
 
Pete Lyons
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Originally posted by Alex Zhang:
I don't think U should as the requirement hasn't mentioned!
But U can add them in your UI, but U should disable them and mention them in your Doc the reason for adding them.
eg. for future enhancement

I would NOT put widgets for the add/delete functionality for the UI. If they are permanently disabled, you will lose points for violating standard HCI princples. What I did was implement add and delete, and verify that they worked correctly using Unit Tests, but never actually call them from the program itself nor put any UI for them in.
 
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