Brian Blignaut

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Thanks smart ass. Also thanks for all the help, couldn't have done it without this site.
Hi,
Has anyone here written the follow up exam? How hard is it, what do they ask etc. I am planning on writing next week and would like to know how to prepare.
Thanks
Hi Guys,
I have just submitted my assignment and was wondering, do they mark it and then you take the exam or do, you take the exam and then they mark it? I mean you don't want to buy the exam voucher if your assignment hasn't passed? If they mark it first how do they send you your mark?
Thanks
Brian
I think the cancel button is easier, but that's just me, allows the user to tab to the button
I use a cancel button. I have however now changed my design/. To book a flight the user simply double clicks on the entry they wish to book seats on.
Thanks, thought as much
When I say included, I mean, included in the description of the files in the README.txt file
Hi,
For booking seats I display a dialog which allows the user to enter the flight number of the flight they wish to book the seats on and the number of
seats they wish to book, is this acceptable, anyone
else have a different approach
Thanks
Brian
Hi,
One of the requirements for the README.txt file is that you include a list of files and their purpose.
"The names of the files you have submitted, with a note of their location in the directory structure, and a high level description of the purpose of each."
By this I take it that only classes I wrote must be included, and not the db classes. Is this assumption correct?
Thanks
Brian
Sorry to answer the other question, the the GUI does not need to have any concept of what type of connection it is working with, that is totally transparent, all the GUI knows is that it has a connection (Connection Interface)
The user would select what type of connection they wish to establish. And yes, I do have a connection factory is responsible for creating the actual connection.
Who says that you need to write anything in the data class?
Seems like everyone gets the same assignment to me
Hi,
My design is as follows :
On the client side I have the following
Connection - Interface which defines all the methods of the data class.
RemoteConnection - Implements Connection and provides remote data access
LocalConenction - Implements Connection and provides local data access.
On the server side I have the following
RemoteConnectionFactory - Interface for a factory that creates connections
RemoteConnectionFactoryImp - Implements RemoteConnectionFactory and creates connections
ClientConnection - Interface which defines all the methods of the data class.
ClientConnectionImp - Implements the ClientConnection interface. Each client that connects will receive it's own instance of this class

My question is, should the ClientConnection interface extend the Connection interface instead of defining it's own methods, this way I could get rid of the RemoteConnection class
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
Brian