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Booking flights!

 
Jochen van Waasen
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Hi!
I guess this certification is no contest in reading between the lines!
It says it shall be possible to book a fligt! OK, with the provided database I can reduce the seat number for a flight but where to put the reservation data (address, number of seat, registration record number, ...). There should be a table for this information?!?!
Or isn't it necessary to get and store such data?
Looking for help & clarification
Jochen
 
John Smith
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with the provided database I can reduce the seat number for a flight

That's all you need, don't bother with anything extra, such as dates, passengers, etc.
Eugene.
 
Peter den Haan
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No. Do implement all the specified functionality. Don't try to turn it into a feature-complete system; don't go beyond the stated scope.
Which is not to say that you shouldn't code as if the final system will be extend beyond the little bit that you are implementing. For instance, don't start limiting the networked Data class to one database table only by implementing all kinds of inappropriate Singleton patterns. But don't go out of your way to add or facilitate all kinds of stuff that's not required.
- Peter
[ January 27, 2003: Message edited by: Peter den Haan ]
 
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