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morph wang
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General Considerations(maximum = 58): 55 Documentation(maximum = 20): 20 GUI(maximum = 24): 24 Server(maximum = 53): 49

do track client ID (with server side agent to client)
do check defunct client (with client callback)
use textfield rather than combobox
mode switch on fly
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reena kadam
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Congratulation!!
also good score.
some query regarding GUI. pl. guide.
How many panels did u used all togather ?
what layout did u used ?
did u used box layout ?
did u used uimanager ?
any specific attraction in GUI ?
thanks in advance .
all the best for architeture exam .
reena K.

 
Shivaji Bhosale
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Originally posted by morph wang:
... mode switch on fly ...

What does this mean?
in command line I an giving IP of a machine where DB is present, Now on that same machine if I give the same IP, then in my appn I ask, if this appn to be started in distributed server mode or standalone appn.
Otherwise, my appn starts as a distributed client.
If mine description matches with ur phrase "mode switch on fly" ?

 
morph wang
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I used BorderLayout with three panel in north, center and south area.
"mode swith on-the-fly" means:
the connection mode is not given at command line, but will be choosed by client via GUI Menu "File->connect->" after the client GUI is startup. And client can switch connection mode without restart, provided he/she disconnect the current first.
[This message has been edited by morph wang (edited November 24, 2001).]
 
reena kadam
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Thankx, can u pl. eloberate GUI.
i.e.
any specific attraction in GUI ?
Any precaution taken for future extension in gui?
What about Human/Commputer Interaction (HCI) principles ??
pl. tell your experience.
thanks
reena k.
 
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