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Abstracting away Data

Gregory Golberg

Joined: Aug 21, 2001
Posts: 5
I haven't seen this particular solution here; what do people
think of this: instead of having local and remote versions
of Data, there are local and remote versions of high-level
calls (such as "Reserve seat"), which query its own member
Data object (which is always local). This way less data
travels over the network, less computation happens on the
client, and GUI is separate from business logic which is
in turn separate from db implementation.

Gregory Golberg

Joined: Aug 21, 2001
Posts: 5

...Data object (which is always local).

I meant, of course, local to the described object -- which,
in turn, can be either local or remote.
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