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Is this is a Mediator Pattern?

 
Mudunuri Raju
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Hi could you please tell me this is a Medaitor pattern or not?.
I have a Search/Book seats screen containing 4 or 5 buttons. I have a separate class called DataTableModel implemets the AbstractTableModel.
In my GUI screens I wrote only GUI code. All the functionality ralated stuff I wrote in DataTableModel class like book seats, set the data into JTable,Display the header names, Search etc. DataTableModel class interacts with the back end depends on the loca/network mode.
 
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can I call DataTableMode class as a mediator.
Thanks in advance.
 
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In my GUI screens I wrote only GUI code. All the functionality ralated stuff I wrote in DataTableModel class like book seats, set the data into JTable,Display the header names, Search etc. DataTableModel class interacts with the back end depends on the loca/network mode.

I don't think booking and searching belong to DataTableModel, if it is the model for the JTable. You need another model to implement the business requirements.
Eugene.
 
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Originally posted by Mudunuri Raju:
can I call DataTableMode class as a mediator.
Thanks in advance.

Only if the DataTableMode handles the communication between your GUI classes. In other words your GUI classes do not refer each other.
 
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