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    Default Java HELLPP!!

    So basically i have got to do this in Java, and i havent got a clue to start can someone help me please it would be much appreciated Please please pleaase


    create part of a scheduling system for internal television programmes in a hotel. The system
    enables a member of the hotel staff to set up a week’s viewing schedule and view the result.
    The hotel schedule is much simpler than a broadcast television schedule because:
     There are only two channels (Channel 1 and Channel 2)
     The channels are only on air from 6 am until midnight
     The duration of every programme item is in multiples of ˝ hours
     There is only a 1 week schedule (the schedule is changed every week).

    The Programmes
    The different kinds of programmes that the hotel shows are:
    1. Hotel Information
    2. Comedy2
    3. Drama
    4. Film
    5. Music Video

    All programmes have a title, a duration (in ˝ hours), and a start time. The start time is set
    when a programme is added to a schedule.

    The hotel information programmes have two distinct types:
    i. Still pictures e.g., Evening menu
    ii. Videos – e.g., video of beach activities, local tourist attractions, fire safety

    Films, Comedy and Drama have the normal information that one would expect including
    director, actors and a short synopsis (description of what it is about). Films also have a
    rating (All, PG, 15, 18).

    Most programmes are available to anyone but some must be rented by a guest wishing to
    view them. These rentable programmes are usually films (but not always) and provision
    should be made for allowing any future programme to be rentable. Rentable programmes
    are special and allow a potential viewer (someone who might want to rent them) to watch a
    trailer. The trailer is typically just the beginning of the programme, i.e., the first few
    minutes. Any rentable item should allow the scheduler to set the duration of the trailer.
    Rentable programmes should display in some way that they are rentable.

    Music Video Programmes are not single videos but videos that have been edited into a onehour compilation
    The Schedule

    Each day has a schedule. The schedule has a maximum duration of 18 hours (made up of
    half hour slots) and contains programmes that are sorted by start time. Programmes can be
    removed or added to a schedule. This would be done by a User who is setting up a
    schedule. If the schedule is full, programmes would need to be deleted to make space for
    new programmes in the schedule. Programmes can be added to the end of a schedule or
    inserted between two items already in the schedule. In either case, the end of the schedule
    must not be after midnight.

    So, if a schedule has an hour space in the middle but is otherwise full and a User tries to add
    a 2 hour film, one of three things should happen:
    1. the User should be prevented from adding this until a suitable space exists
    2. The schedule should allow the insertion but delete programmes that are
    overlapped
    3. The schedule should allow the insertion but remove any programme(s) at the
    end of the schedule

    You are required to decide, as the software designer, which of the actions described above
    is going to be performed by your system.

    Your schedule must allow programmes to be added at a specific start time (which is when
    the start time of the programme would be set) and added to the end of the schedule.

    The Graphical User Interface (GUI)

    The software system must be a desktop application (i.e., not an applet) which has a
    graphical user interface (GUI) which must be implemented using Java Swing components.

    The GUI should enable a User to:
     Display the schedule for a day (both channels)
     Display all available programmes (sorted alphabetically), i.e., this will include
    programmes that are scheduled and programmes that are not in the schedule.
     Display all programmes of single type (e.g., Comedies)
     Display all films that must be rented
     Add a programme to the schedule
     Set the trailer duration on a rentable programme
     Remove a programme from the schedule
     Select a programme item and display all the details relevant to a particular type of
    programme

    Note: the GUI must not have any functionality for programme creation – programmes
    already exist in a database of available programmes.


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    Default Re: Java HELLPP!!

    What exactly do you want us to do? All you've done is dump your homework here. That's not a question we can answer, and to be honest it's pretty rude.

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    Default Re: Java HELLPP!!

    i know i just need to know how to start it off

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    Default Re: Java HELLPP!!

    Quote Originally Posted by jag157 View Post
    i know i just need to know how to start it off
    Did you read the link I provided? Did you read the advice you received in your other thread?

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