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SCEA part-2 help

 
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Hi,
I am not confident on how to handle the interface with transmaster and Frequent FM System.
Can any experts throw some light.
For Transmaster
I am thinking to create XMl (provided API format) and call dummy class(assume transmaster) privided. Please correct me.

For FFMS
I am thinking to provide a screen scaper class, which populates the data to the existing web interface to update user milage acct. Please correct me.
your intput is appreciated.
Thanks,
ravi
 
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Hi ravi,
I think your questions are a little to much related to the assignment. Just make your own decisions and explain why you do it that way. Consider that you should do the architecture only.
Regards
Torsten
 
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Hi Ravi,
As Torsten said, this is too detailed a question for this forum (thanks Torsten).
Please read the thread "IMPORTANT - Position on real assignment (Part 2) questions" - it will explain our position on the real assignment.
I am closing this thread to ensure that answers do not get posted here.
Regards, Andrew
 
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