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Remote Objects Interface

Rudy Yeung
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Referring to the appended code, I have stripped off the constructor, protected and private methods, leaving only the public methods that I am going to implement on the client side. Please correct me if I am not on the right track. Also, do I need to throw the DatabaseException in add, modify and delete as in the appended code. Thx.
Adrian Yan
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Yeap, that's pretty much the same thing with me.
Lisa Foster
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Joined: Feb 28, 2001
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Rudy thanks agian for your expert advice i have finally succeeded in converting my DataInfo back to the JTable
Thanks Again Lisa
Rudy Yeung
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After looking into a bit more details, I notice that 95% of the request interface can be implemented by directly copy and paste all the coding from the data class. The remaining 5% will be for handling the networking stuff. Is this true on your side?
joey phillip
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Joined: Jan 22, 2001
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Hi Rudy,
How you are able to compile the interface with synchronized keyword. I think synchronized keywords are not allowed in interfaces.
public synchronized DataInfo getRecord(int recNum)throws DatabaseException, RemoteException;

Rudy Yeung
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Yes, you are right. Actually, I have not compiled the interface yet.
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