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RMI vs. GUI effort?

 
Andy Jung
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Hi,

what's actually the deal with the network connection?
I used RMI and it took me about 1,5 days to implement it, whereas the gui took me about several weeks of hard work (but was fun).
The network solution is maximum 80 points and gui is only 40 points in my assignment.

So what did I do wrong, where is the relationship to maximum points?
Maybe I didn't appreciate RMI clearly, but everything works fine (I even don't use loopbacks for the standalone client).

Kind regards,
Andy
 
Roel De Nijs
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Hi Andy,

From my instructions:
General Considerations (100 points)
Documentation (70 points)
Object-orietned design (30 points)
User Interface (40 points)
Locking (80 points)
Data class (40 points)
Server (40 points)

The RMI part (server) and gui both have 40 points. And your GUI will indeed require more time than the network part, but I think difference is limited (if you don't do a lot of extra stuff in your GUI which is not required of course). In my opinion these are reasonable criteria if you compare with the effort you have to put in.

Kind regards,
Roel

 
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