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Where should I put the book(rec, seats) method, client or server?

 
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Where should I put the book(rec, seats) method, client or server?
I think the book() method belongs to business logic, it should not put at server side(server side is just a proxy of db).
But, if I'm right, there will be very little code in Server class(it just call relevant method in Data class).
 
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Because of the requirements, BookFlight must reside on the client side. This is not a good real-life design. But that is what they want.
 
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