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Hi,
a) If the book flight is successful,should the GUI refresh the table ?
b) If yes,should the GUI refresh the whole table or only that particular record ? (The database might change during reservation)
c) It looks like the book flight is ultmost thing we want to do. Nothing else. Am I right ?
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a) If the book flight is successful,should the GUI refresh the table ?
b) If yes,should the GUI refresh the whole table or only that particular record ? (The database might change during reservation)


Refreshing the seat count for the booked flight will do it. Although it is possible that client A booked some other flight while client B booked its own flight, the requirements clearly state that client A doesn't need to reflect the changes made by client B.


c) It looks like the book flight is ultmost thing we want to do. Nothing else. Am I right ?


Perhaps you could rephrase your question, -- I don't follow it.
Eugene.
 
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Eugene:
Thank you for the answer.
My last question is:
If we got the book flight succeeded,we must have reached our assignment goal. All the design is just for clients to be able to successfully reserve the flight seats. All the design decisions are made for clients to be able to reserve seats. After this is done, client either does another reservation or just quit the application. Am I right ?
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All the design is just for clients to be able to successfully reserve the flight seats.


How about flight search, -- it's in the instructions, too.
Eugene.
 
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Eugene:
Thanks.
The flight search comes before the flight reservation.
I have already done the flight search.
I think after we did fight search and flight reservation, the assignment is practically done.
I have already done both. I am adding some features like HELP and Swap connection. (Maybe they are not necessary). Besides that I am doing the local testing now. If everthing is successful, I will try the remote testing.
Thank you for the response.
John Chien
 
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