Originally posted by Filipe Pomar:
The specs for Part II describe two actors: TA and C. Even though both can purchase items on the system, in practical terms they could be doing it to another person, say his/her daughter or colleague. My questions would be: did you create a third actor called user that was a generalization of TA and C? Could I do that wrt the specs? How did you solve this issue?
Your thoughts are much appreciated.
Originally posted by Eugene Kononov:
static ISessionMgr getSessionMgr()
Returns the singleton ISessionMgr object.
Well, in this javadoc, there is no mention of any kind of exception thrown from the getSessionMgr() method. Looks like
some people call it as such, outside of the try-catch block, and without declaring the specifying it in the "throws" clause.
Perhaps SDKException is not really an exception in a JLS sense, but rather a misnamed class that has some "exceptional" purpose?