Code Using MVC Compound Pattern

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(MVC) The objective of this project is to develop a movie rental management system using the MVC compound pattern. The project can be implemented in either Java, or C++ or C#. The system is made of the following entities: 1. Clients: They rent movies in the system. Clients are stored in a file called clients.txt. 2. Movies: These are the objects to be rented. Movies are stored in a file called movies.txt. 3. Rental_Info: These are the information about who rented which movie, the date of rental, and date of return. Rental_Info are stored in a file called rental_info.txt. File Structure clients.txt client_id; name; deleted if deleted=0 then client is active in the system, if deleted=1 then the client is logically deleted. Example: 3; Thomas Jefferson; 0 movies.txt movie_id; movie_title; rented if rented=0 then is not rented currently, if rented=1 is rented. Example: 1; Altitude; 0 2; Alien vs Ninja; 0 rental_info.txt rental_id; client_id; movie_id; date_out; date_in date_out and date_in should be stored in format mm/dd/yyyy if the movie has not been returned, then date_in is empty. A record should be placed in this file every time a movie is rented, and a record is updated every time a movie is returned. Example: 1; 3; 1; 4/18/2016; 2; 3; 2; 4/18/2015; 4/19/2015 In the first case shown above, the client called Thomas Jefferson rented the movie Altitude on 4/18/2016 In the second case shown above, the client called Thomas Jefferson rented the movie Alien Vs. Ninja on 4/18/2015 and returned it on 4/19/2015 Requirements The system should be able to handle the following transactions: For Clients: 1. Create a client. 2. Delete a client. A client does not get physically deleted from the system. A flag in the record in file just states if the client is “logically” deleted. 3. Search a client by last name, first name and show its information 4. Show all clients For Movies 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Create a movie. Rent a movie. Return a movie. Show all movies, showing current rented movies first. Show current rented movies. Show who has historically rented a particular movie, sorting in descending order by date of rental. Restrictions 1. The interface for the system can be graphically or text-based, however your design must follow the dynamics of the Model Viewer Controller design. 2. Every time the app starts, it should allow the system to find/choose the location of the files. 3. A client can rent at most 3 movies at a time. If a client tries to rent a 4 th movie, the system must tell the user that the client is unable to rent the movie. 4. The current rental business only keeps one copy of a movie. If the user tries to rent a movie that is currently rented, the system must tell that the movie is not available. What to submit? 1. If you use Java, submit your NetBeans project in a ZIP file. This project should be developed using Java SE only (not intended to be a web-based project). 2. A PDF document with the information about your classes as well as the class diagram describing your components of the system. Your written document must explicitly describe which components are the Model, which are the Controller(s), and which are the Viewers. 3. If you used any other patterns, please write down in the PDF document where you used them.

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