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A Question about the URLyBird GUI

 
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Hello everyone,I am now doing the URLyBird.

Should The GUI Provide the change or delete Button,or just the book and seach button.

I think the user should not delete or change the data on the server side

[ August 22, 2007: Message edited by: Merlin ]

(Ed:Question topic made more informative)
[ August 22, 2007: Message edited by: Barry Gaunt ]
 
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You are right, the user must not delete data on the server side. I think you must not provide more functionality than is specified in your SUN requirements file.

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Liviu
[ August 22, 2007: Message edited by: Liviu Carausu ]
 
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Originally posted by Merlin:
Hello everyone,I am now doing the URLyBird.

Should The GUI Provide the change or delete Button,or just the book and seach button.

I think the user should not delete or change the data on the sever side

[ August 22, 2007: Message edited by: Merlin ]



Yes, just "book" and "search".

And, just a remark:

"A Question" is not very informative as the text for the subject. Please be a bit more specific when typing the subject. It helps getting replies sooner.
 
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Hello "Merlin"-

Welcome to JavaRanch.

On your way in you may have missed that we have a JavaRanch Naming Policy for displayed (screen) names. Your displayed name must consist of a first name (or an initial), a space, and a family name (in that order) and not be obviously fictitious. Since yours "Merlin", does not conform with it, please take a moment to change it, which you can do right here.

Posters with nonconforming displayed names will be locked out of JavaRanch after a few posts using those names.

Thanks
-Barry

(NR) - search tag
 
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I'm sorry Barry,I'm to hurry to post a new topic,I have changed my name already.

I Still have a question:
If the GUI should not provide the delete button ,why the DBMain interface has a delete function?

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This is the first time I make a "real" project since I begin to learn java.I feel I was restrict by the instruction and can't think freely .I really want to know how you guys look on the instruction.

Two more things:
1.I begin to learn java for just about one year,Maybe some of the questions I ask will be stupid~~~~~
2.English is not my native language, maybe some of the sentences will be hard to understand. T_T
 
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