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ATM - Information flow

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Hi all,

I'm looking for a diagram/picture, showing the information flow between an ATM and a bank. Any ideas?

best regards,

henrik
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Here is the main page of the site http://www.math-cs.gordon.edu/local/courses/cs211/ATMExample/

It's a full example of an ATM with it full system development life cycle, from analysis, design to maintenance.... got few diagrams in there as well.
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minichicken: thanks, but I'm looking for something more functional "non-programming"-looking...

regards,

henrik
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dij8: That's the right direction, just a bit too ugly... :)

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henrikatwork,
Try this....

http://www.howstuffworks.com/atm.htm
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You're probably looking for these links (improveyourpc should get points if this is accepted, mind  you):

http://static.howstuffworks.com/gif/atm1.gif
http://static.howstuffworks.com/gif/atm2.gif

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Edit-HTS,

I would be willing to split them with you! :)
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You guys have got to be glad you didn't get your answers accepted when the grade was only a C. :-(
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Well, a really good sequence would have been giving an 'A', as I always do when I get a useful answer.

I didn't use any of the suggestions, but had one guy to the picture for me. So, instead of asking the administrators to close the question, I thought it was nicer to give some points as a comfort for the time of you guys, and dij8:s suggestion was the best one.

cheers,

henrik
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Not a complaint, just an observation, I am not going to cry if for the rest of my life all I ever get is C's at EE.  However, some details on the EE way:

Look at http://www.experts-exchange.com/help.jsp#hi55 and you will see the following:
Grading at Experts Exchange is not like school. It's more like the "10-point Must" system in professional boxing; in other words, an answer is worth an A, unless it doesn't resolve your issue. If it requires you to do a little more research, or figure out one more piece of code, then it's worth a B. If you think it's not worth a B, the custom is to offer the Experts an opportunity to earn a better grade.

Now look at your comment on the accepted answer:
 dij8: That's the right direction, just a bit too ugly... :)

Correct me if I am wrong, which is possible although most of my mates would never hear me say that out loud, but that suggests the answer was close but no cigar.  The way I interpreted it was that the layout was good but needed tweaking to look nicer.  A simple job with almost any image editor.

Following that train of thought I would have thought to grade the answer with an A would be generous, to grade with a B would be fair, to grade with a C follows the letter of the law in regard to opportunity was given to better the answer.

With all that said, I shall NOT be avoiding further questions of yours henrik but will endeavour to continue to help you whenever I can.  The reality is, while I do care about my grades, I don't care that much.
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