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FBN question on packging

 
Walid Mohamed
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Dear all

I have my assignment as 3 main packages db,server & client
I understand that the software should work in both localmode and network mode.

so at the main company , all packages will be there , the rmi server will be running, running the client software will enable user to work in local mode or network mode.

now from the client side, the problem that I will need some classes from the data package to be at the client side, that means some of the classes from the data package will be also at client & I do not think that this makes sense!!

what do you think???
 
Roel De Nijs
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what does FBN mean?

you could create an extra package which holds classes necessary at client and server ("common" would be a logical name for this package).
 
Roberto Perillo
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Roel De Nijs wrote:what does FBN mean?


I guess it is that "Fly By Night" assignment... boy as far as I know, this assignment is veeeeeeeeeeery old... Sun doesn't assign it to any candidate anymore nowadays!
 
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Roberto Perillo wrote:I guess it is that "Fly By Night" assignment... boy as far as I know, this assignment is veeeeeeeeeeery old... Sun doesn't assign it to any candidate anymore nowadays!

That was the only thing I could think of, but like you said, that's so old it can't be that
 
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