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sreedhar
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Joined: Sep 17, 2004
Posts: 7
Hello friends,
I have just downloaded my scjd assignment.My assignment is about "Fly By Night Services". If any one got this same thing and want to discuss design issues and other things are welcome.
I will start do my project next week.
regards
sreedhar
sreedhar_gari@hotmail.com or garimella@iicindia.com
Anonymous
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Joined: Nov 22, 2008
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Originally posted by sreedhar:
Hello friends,
I have just downloaded my scjd assignment.My assignment is about "Fly By Night Services". If any one got this same thing and want to discuss design issues and other things are welcome.
I will start do my project next week.
regards
sreedhar
Hi Sreedhar,
I too have downloaded the assignment now. I am already into it and just deciding how to start.I am thinking of starting off with database design.
bye
suja
sreedhar_gari@hotmail.com or garimella@iicindia.com

Anonymous
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Joined: Nov 22, 2008
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Originally posted by sreedhar:
[B]Hello friends,
I have just downloaded my scjd assignment.My assignment is about "Fly By Night Services". If any one got this same thing and want to discuss design issues and other things are welcome.
I will start do my project next week.
regards
sreedhar
Hi Sreedhar,
I too have downloaded the assignment now. I am already into it and just deciding how to start.I am thinking of starting off with database design.
bye
suja
Anonymous
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Joined: Nov 22, 2008
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Hi,
I have also got the 'Fly By Night' Services assignment for SCJD.
I am working on trying to convert the ASCII file to binary first. Any suggestions?
Jayanthi.
Anonymous
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Joined: Nov 22, 2008
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Hello guys,
I think it is a good idea to exchange our thoughts about this exam.
I downloaded my assignment a few days ago as well.
I think I am going to start off with conversion tool first.
My fields are separated with ^.
When I have looked at Data class it seems to me we might reverse
the process and write everything the way Data class reads. In other words I will use Data class to build this conversion tool.
What do you think about that ?
matt
Khalid Bou-Rabee
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Joined: Jul 12, 2000
Posts: 54
Don't forget, you can use the StreamTokenizer class.
regards,
Khalid


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Bola Taylor
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Joined: Apr 01, 2008
Posts: 5
I have exactly the same thing "I have started and created the GUI
but I am new to RMI and I am not sure how to go about vonverting the ascii file provided by the developer exam. Can any one help?
bukbol@hotmail.com
Originally posted by sreedhar:
Hello friends,
I have just downloaded my scjd assignment.My assignment is about "Fly By Night Services". If any one got this same thing and want to discuss design issues and other things are welcome.
I will start do my project next week.
regards
sreedhar
sreedhar_gari@hotmail.com or garimella@iicindia.com

Greg Belyea
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Joined: Feb 06, 2004
Posts: 29
just to help you guys on your way, the conversion tool is a good way to start. keep in mind that this conversion tool is completely separate from the rest of the assignment. It merely converts the data in your flat text file, to binary form. There is no "setting up of the database really. The Data class does all that for you. You merely have to write the converter which will utilize one of the Data constructors and the writeRecord() to set it up. After this you might want to look at ridding the data class of the depricated methods and your on your way. Pay close attention to the specs, if read correctly they tell you alot you need to know about the proj.
Good Luck all!!
Greg
 
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