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sopal Pal
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Hi
I had a few questions before I send in my solutions.

1. What ID should be mentioned in the index.html file
- Prometric ID ?
OR
- Sun Student ID ( which was got when I downloaded the Assignment ) ?
OR
- BOTH ??

2. How do I get the permission to upload my ( Solution ) jar files

3. With what do I name the solution jar file - the deliverables say that the jar file should be named after my SSN ??

Could some one please guide me on the above questions.
Highly appreciate your time and help
 
Parag Doshi
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Originally posted by sopal Pal:
Hi
I had a few questions before I send in my solutions.

1. What ID should be mentioned in the index.html file
- Prometric ID ?
OR
- Sun Student ID ( which was got when I downloaded the Assignment ) ?
OR
- BOTH ??

2. How do I get the permission to upload my ( Solution ) jar files

3. With what do I name the solution jar file - the deliverables say that the jar file should be named after my SSN ??

Could some one please guide me on the above questions.
Highly appreciate your time and help


Hi Sopal,
I put my prometric Id (which is same as my SSN) as the id in my index.html file. The upload permission can be received by sending an email to suncert@Thomson.com. You have to mention your prometric id in that email.
I named my solution jar with scea-xxxxxxxxx.jar where the xx.. represents my SSN number. I think the prometric id is the common denominator in this SUN - Thomson tie-up.

Anyway, if someone else has done it differently, it would be nice to know.

HTH
Parag
[ October 18, 2004: Message edited by: Parag Doshi ]
 
sopal Pal
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Hi Parag
Thanks for your replies.
I have never used my SSN anywhere as ID, since I do not want this to be known otherwise.
So I think I will use my Prometric ID as the name of the jar file which in my case is is different than my SSN.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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