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Java classes help

  1. Mar 30, 2008 #1

    I have a project in which I must simulate a blog application,with users' post mangament.
    These are the requirements:

    A blog has a title and a collection of posts.The posts have the following information:


    Each post has a code that is generated automatically and which acts like the serial number within the speciality the post belongs to.
    The speciality are:

    -Information:This's a post with just text and an answer is forbiden.
    -Version: It's a post of an information's version that gets updated.
    -Debate: this's a post containing information and accepts one or more answers.
    -Answer: It's an answer to a specific debate.

    The program must support the following operations:

    -Ask for User login identification(no password involved) to later use as the author of given posts(just the user id,no password or other features).
    -showing information about posts.
    -create new posts.
    -create new blog.
    -store blog in hard drive.
    -load blog.

    Here are my classes:

    Code (Text):

    abstract public class Post
    private Date date;
    private String author;
    private String title;
    private String text;
    private int code;

    public class Infor extends Post
    Version ver;

    public class Version extends Post

    public class Debate extends Post {
    Version ver;
    Answer ans;

    public class Answer extends Post

    public class Blog {
    String btitle;
    Post pst;


    Does this look ok?Does it need any more specification?
    Any help is very appreciated!
  2. jcsd
  3. Apr 1, 2008 #2
    Any help is really appreciated!
  4. Apr 5, 2008 #3
    looks like a good start. what's next on your design?
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