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hi all:
I have just started my assignment. I don't have experience with RMI nor Swing. I am thinking to approch this project first as regular java project with no networking envolvd, similar to developing a prototype. After I get my project to work, I will implement the networking capability.
Is it an appropriate way to make it as learing experience?
My goal is to learn how to manupulate flat binary file and learing swing first, then will learn RMI and networking.
I already read Mehran Habibi book, and few torurial on RMI, however I am not comfortable with yet.
[ May 04, 2004: Message edited by: Hanna Habashy ]
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Hi Hanna,
I think that is an excellent way to go about the assignment, and many people here do exactly the same thing (regardless of their experience with RMI or Sockets).
You may notice that Max's book starts with a simple application to access the data - not even a Swing interface. Such a simple program can be used to test whether your implementation of the provided interface does work.
Regards, Andrew
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