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Part II "Pay for Itinerary" question

 
xiaolin yu
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So I think to use a log out function which let users log out the account by clicking the "log out" button or the system log out the user account automatically in 15 minutes from the time the user log in. This will be better.
Please give me some suggestion.
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Thank You!

[ August 13, 2003: Message edited by: Ajith Kallambella ]
 
Chris Mathews
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Your job is to design the architecture, not hash out the implementation. You are going into too much detail for the assignment.
Try to think more like an Architect and less the the Developer that needs to do the work.
[ January 06, 2003: Message edited by: Chris Mathews ]
 
xiaolin yu
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Hi, Chris:
Thanks for your replay, but I think what I thought will affect the architecture a little bit.
 
Chris Mathews
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Originally posted by xiaolin yu:
Hi, Chris:
Thanks for your replay, but I think what I thought will affect the architecture a little bit.

I would disagree, I believe these are implementation details.
Originally posted by xiaolin yu:
Hi, Chris:
So I think to use a log out function which let users log out the account by clicking the "log out" button or the system log out the user account automatically in 15 minutes from the time the user log in.

A logout feature can be implemented in about 30 seconds. The timeout feature is built into the J2EE API (both for HttpSession and Stateful Session Beans).
 
Raees Uzhunnan
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I agree with Cris.
Tkink like an architect. Not like a developer
 
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