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Song Jing Lim
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G'day

"top level" features that must be implemented status in instruction didn't mention for adding and delete record, but on the inteface I need implement have this 2 methods. So should I have a seperate admin ui to add, edit and delete records which seperate from the other (use to search and make reservation)?

Any help?

Thanks
 
Mark Smyth
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Originally posted by Song Jing Lim:
G'day

"top level" features that must be implemented status in instruction didn't mention for adding and delete record, but on the inteface I need implement have this 2 methods. So should I have a seperate admin ui to add, edit and delete records which seperate from the other (use to search and make reservation)?

Any help?

Thanks


No it is not nescessary to have such a UI for admin purposes. You just need to ensure that your delete, create etc. methods work in the data class correctly.

There is nothing to stop you frm creating such a UI yourself for testing purposes but not for needed for the submission.

Mark.
 
Mihai Radulescu
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Hi Song,


You don't need UI for the administrator tasks but you need access (network/local) to this tasks. According with this you must provide an easy to extend GUI where this "unimplemented" features are easy to add whithout or with minimum effort.

Regards M.
 
Song Jing Lim
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Thanks a lot
 
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