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Hi, all I have gone through a lot of posts here. I have a question regarding the FBN project. I try to implement a bookFlight method in my server side. But on my project description, I do have such a requirement on "Writing Data Client" To connect with your server, you should create a client program. This implementation should include a class that implements the same public methods as the suncertify.db.Data class, although it will need different constructors to allow it to support the network configuration. does this mean i have to implement book logic on client? So if i go ahead with my server booking logic, why i need lock and unlock on client? Somebody pls help me. Thanks.
Tracy... I also had that doubt when coding my project. In my opinion, it would be much better to have a remote server booking approach, but as you must follow the design guidelines "pretty strictly", I decided to code my booking logic on the client side (wrapped in a nice business delegate, of course). I�ve read most people coded their booking logic, locking and unlocking, on the client side, and a few did it on the server side. All have passed. It�s really up to you... In any case, remember to justify your decision. Benjam�n