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How to Start??

 
Suresh Babu Seeram
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Hi Friends,
I have downloaded assignement.. But confused how to start the working on assignment. I don't have much Knowledge on Swings and RMI.
Give me you suggestions ?
Can I start GUI first and then learn RMI.
For GUI Which pattern is good MVC or any other?

Thanks in advance ...
I hope you guys will help me lot to clear this certification as you did for SJCP 2
 
Junilu Lacar
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Well, first things first, I guess. This is what I have done so far:
1. Read the instructions thoroughly. Read them again.
2. List down all the requirements that you can gather from the instructions.
3. Make notes of the things the instructions tell you NOT to do. Refer to these often so that you don't go off course.
4. Study the classes provided. Write a small test program to see what the data in db.db is like. This will also give you a better feel for where you are starting from. If possible, write tests that you can use with JUnit.
5. Make the required modifications to the class(es) provided (Make a backup of the original download first!).
6. Start considering your options for the communications protocol: serialization/sockets or RMI. Previous discussions in this forum may be helpful in coming to a decision. Please use the SEARCH facility (link at upper right hand side of the page).
That's all I have for now as this is about as far as I have gone yet.
If you are unfamiliar with Swing and RMI, go to the Java Tutorial page and find the links to the respective tutorial tracks.
HTH,
Junilu
 
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Hi <<Name Here>> and welcome to the SCJD forum, you can check out this post that has an SCJD FAQ.
Good Luck
Mark
 
Suresh Babu Seeram
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Hi Mark & Junillu
Thanks for your suggestions..
mark SCJD FAQ is really good for starters..
 
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