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Hi all,

Here's my question #2

Who is responsible for updating the available flights in the DB?
The travel agent? Or is it right to assume that the data is magically placed there and never needs maintenance?
 
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I did this way,

Just one stateless session bean with all the business api.
It wrap around the flight db. I did not do any about it.


You do not need to care about this.
 
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Mark,
you can assume maintenance of DB operations, cleaning of cancelled flights and tuning as being present but not depicted in the current architecture. These processes are off the shelf offline operations and manually done by the DBA based on respective airline policies.

Thanks
Sankha Subhra Das
 
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Hi Mark,
My assumption is that the upkeep of the flight data is maintained in another system (outside of the scope of the assignment).

Ray
 
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