- Implemented graceful shutdown.
You mean the client can issue a shot down command to the RMI server?if so why?
- Implemented two Remote interfaces: Database and DatabaseService.
Is DatabaseService for shot down and other admin tasks? If not what is it for?
- No Security Manager needed (although I did provide a policy file).
You mean you did not override the default RMISecurityManager and used the default, correct?
I was wondering what kind of essay questions did you get? Do you think essay is important in the entire process.
The policy file you provided did it only contain �permission java.security.AllPermission;� or did you specify any special condition.
Didn�t you provide any Security manager at the Server??
Can you outline your GUI design and approach ?
Originally posted by Mark Spritzler:
In regards to the GUI. It made me think about my design, and if I am being too simple.
All I have is one JFrame with three comboboxes for Airline, Departure and Arrival Airports. Then a Search button underneath. Under the search button is the JTable with the search results.
The user can then select one of the flights, and the JTextbox below becomes enabled. They enter a number of passenegers, then a button next to the textbox becomes enabled. They click the "Book" Button, and it books the flight. I am going to have some JDialogs to display that they are booked, but that was about it.
So Am I not using enough GUI? DO I have to have a Menu, which really would only have an exit option.