Gennadi Oreper

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Hello!
The JavaDoc begins with /**, also double stars.
I declare for example the interface implemented methods with
/** {@inheritDoc} */
Hello John!

May be you get the answer in the topic "(B&S)I think I corrupted my Datafile".

Quote: "it means that according to the specs each string is ended with a \0 (ascii value 0)."

more info:
http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=394966&messageID=1713573

Regards,
Gennadi
Hello!

What about the "call sequence":

GUI-> (controller || connector) -> (local || remote data access facade) -> your data access, that implements Db-access?
There can be many various design decisions, but I see data access implementation just as DAO or domain layer for the persistance (in each case on the server behind business logic (server too) and can't be called from GUI)...

Best regards...
Hello!

I have two constructors coded:

Data():
call anyInitDb(dataSource) with dataSource as String from property file || hard coded, also default db file
AND
Constructor with the path to the data file Data(String dataSource) call the same anyInitDb(dataSource)...

Best regards...
Hello everybody!
sorry for my english (is very poor)... But:
I am at last steps on my B&S assignment and have following:

"...fields exactly match values specified by the user." I see this for me as "no wild cards are allowed to input" and the db interface is so passed with the find method "...matches any field value that begins with criteria...". I think, if the user searches for name (32 length) and/or location (64 length), they want no typing entire names.
See somebody this wrong?

Thanks!
Hello!

I have found in one book a reference to IEEE standards:
http://standards.ieee.org/reading/ieee/std_public/description/se/

and there Document IEEE Std 1016-1998 IEEE Recommended Practice for Software Design Descriptions

May be you can take this as basis or any part of them.

Regards, Gennadi
Hello and thank you!
I have some experience at few big projects, but there is often any own style guides defined...
Now it is interesting and important for me to know, that is relevant for SCJD, and sometimes are any things not allways "unambiguous":-)

Thank's again!
Hello!

Have somebody try to check your code with CheckStyle?

Little questions:
- Is it to pay attention also in e.g. 'choises.txt' that maximum line width is 80?
- If I have any method 'public void doStuff(String value)' checkStyle says, that the parameter should be final declared? Is it needed by String or int?
- at javadoc comments i have a warning: 'line has trailing spaces' (at 2nd line)


What is really important of all it?

Thanks a lot...
Hello!

Have somebody try to check your code with CheckStyle?

Little questions:
- Is it to pay attention also in e.g. 'choises.txt' that maximum line width is 80?
- If I have any method 'public void doStuff(String value)' checkStyle says, that the parameter should be final declared? Is it needed by String or int?
- at javadoc comments i have a warning: 'line has trailing spaces' (at 2nd line)


What is really important of all it?

Thanks a lot...