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downloading problem?

b rao

Joined: Sep 03, 2000
Posts: 7

Hi friends,
Just few days back I registered and got the permission to download my Assignment for Developer Certification.
Recently I have browsed the site for SCDJ2 instructions and found the following
"The database will only allow you to click on the selected program once. After that the option will change from download to upload. This means you cannot select the option to download, exit the download page, then go back later to download the assignment. "
but I have seen both the download and upload options in Assignment page.
1)Shall I logout after clicking the download button and relog into it in the next session?
2)A single session is just for 15 mts.what is the .jar file size?
3)May I directly download it without using other softwares?
please help me regarding the exact procesgure.
Thanks in advance.
Julio Lopez

Joined: Nov 14, 2000
Posts: 28
Can I ask you how many days it took from the point you payed for the Developer programming assignment to the time you were able to download it? According to the confirmation I received I can download it in 24 - 48 business hours which I guess means 3 - 6 business days. I find it humorous/annoying that the company that put the dot in dot com has such a big lag time in setting their database to enable me to download the assignment.
Shankar S

Joined: Nov 02, 2000
Posts: 8
Can we download from home or do we need to go to specific exam centre.
b rao

Joined: Sep 03, 2000
Posts: 7
Hi Sankar,
It is a jar file of 20KB and
ca be downloaded from home also
I agree. Here's the link:
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