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My project detailes here. Waiting on exam and submit it

 
martin naughton
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Here is a few things i did in my project. URLybird hotels. This might gives some people some ideas on what they might do for their project.

I am waiting to do the exam and submit my project yet.

  • I used static maps to keep a track of the locked records
  • I disabled multiple row highlighting in the Jtable to stop confusion
  • When the server shuts down i did not implement the unbind of the rmi name from the registry. When the process is killed it should be removed by default
  • I made my own object to represent a record. this was easier than using string arrays and easier to maintain.
  • Instead of having if statements all around the GUi to try and figure out if was a remote connection or location i had one interface that handle that for me. then 2 class implmented this interface for remote and local operations. easier to maintain.
  • I did not add any method to the provided interface. If you are adding to that interface then you are adding features to the applications that they did not ask for.
  • I broke the data class into a facade of DataAccess and DataLock to make it easier to keep the classes small.
  • I did not publish private methods or private variables in the javadoc. but in the code they are commented.
  • I made the Data class a singleton. that made sure that only one connection to the database.
  • I implemented my own TabelModel because i want the Jtable to deal with my record class.
  • If 2 network guis were started and one gui updated the database then the other gui would not see that. To stop unknown over writing i i would read from the database first before updating.
  • I implemented the serializble variable in all my classes even though i was not using them in that way.
  • No warning or errors in my project.
  • Turned off all logging
  • Only have joptionpane appear with the error to the user
  • Have a trouble message section in my user guide
  • I have a tracker class that keeps track of all the valid and invalid records. also give me a new record number.
  • If i send all null values to my find it sends all the valid records back to me.
  • i have exact matching in my gui. case sensitive.
  • I reuse delete records and locations
  • When the server shuts down it waits until all the locks map is empty before shutting down. the stand alone client does this aswell.
  • I validate the ip address port numbers. I also make sure the file exists before continuing with the standalone client or server
  • If the server shuts down and the client is still running. the next action the user does an error pane will appear saying it lost connection to server.
  • I have a trouble message section in my userguide.
  • All 5 operations on the database side are sychronized
  • I did not implement unbinding of the rmi service name
  • I did not implement the 48 hour rule
  • I implemented thin client
  • I added in the unbook feature
  • I extended the interface they gave me to add extra operations.
  • 8.5K userguide.txt
  • 19K choices.txt


  • Will post up anything else i can thing of i did. Hope this is enough to pass and also the application works.

    Martin
     
    Roel De Nijs
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    Nice overview I edited a bit to have a much nicer rendering of the topic

    Good luck with the exam!
     
    martin naughton
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    thanks Roel. I was trying to find a way of doing bullet points because i thought it would be nicer.

    Many thanks to you. it would of taking me a long time to figure out if features were needed or not with out your help.

    I will be checking over the project until then. never can be too perfect.
     
    Roberto Perillo
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    It looks like the final result was really good. Good luck, champion!
     
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