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Hi all, I have a concern about where I should really put the bookRoom, createRow, deleteRow methods. I have read many people put these methods in their Data class but I currently have these methods in my table model class. Is that ok??

Since my table model interacts with the Data class eg for bookRoom method:
1. lock(recNum)
2. update(strAry)
3. unlock(recNum)
4. do stuff to refresh the table view by calling fireXXXX

Or should I ensure these methods must be called by implementing an interface eg
public MyHotelTable extends AbstractTableModel implement XXInterface

where XXInterface defines the bookRoom, createRow etc methods.
 
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