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Which Parameters should the client pass

 
Ahmed Agiza
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Hello,
Is there any other paramters that user should enter in the FBN GUI beside the folllowing:
select Local and enter the path of the db file
or select Remote and enter the IP and port for the server .
Thanks, Ahmed
 
Nate Johnson
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My requirements are very strict in what is allowed to be command line parameters... you may want to look yours over again.
 
Ahmed Agiza
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It mentions that they are limited to the following :
DNS server name
port num
data file name
....
....
but does that mean i should let the user add command parameters ?
I planned to let the user select all of parameters from GUI , and run the client application just like
java myClient
 
Michael Morris
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Hi Ahmed,

I planned to let the user select all of parameters from GUI , and run the client application just like
java myClient

I don't see anything wrong with that so long as you document that fact in your readme file explaing your client command line.
Hope this helps,
Michael Morris
 
Mark Spritzler
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Ahmed,
Here are the five options allowed on the command line, anything else will be graded lower
DNS name of the server
Port number used by the server
Data file name(s)
java.rmi.server.codebase
security manager policy file

Mark
 
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