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Web Client and Application Client

Sam Gehouse
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The exam mentions that you will be graded based on how well it supports both web clients and application clients.

Is it sufficient to make a note that all the web clients will use JSP and Servelet and so forth. On the contrary, all the application clients will use Swing and Controller class (instead of Servlet)?

Is the note above sufficient?


As I understand, the Travel Agents have no access to web. Is my understanding correct?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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