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Data Client?

 
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I am not sure about the requirement stating that "To connect with your server, you should include a class implementing the
same methods as the Data class, with different constructors to
support the network configuration".
I was thinking of writing a Super Class inherited by both
the Remote Data object and the local Data Object. So is it ok
to include all the Data class methods within this
Super Class and expose only this Wrapper Object to the Client Swing Application?
 
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