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Problems with uploaded assignment file

rastin purr
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Joined: Jul 20, 2002
Posts: 73
Hi Guys,
I am in trouble, please help me out.
I uploaded my scjd2 assignment 2 weeks ago. After uploading the assignment, i send sun an email asking them to verify if the assignment was ok and was told that the assignment was sent to an asessor and could expect a result in 4 weeks time. However, after 2 weeks, i got a message posted in the certmanager saying that i failed the assignemnt because the asessor could not extract the files. The jar file is only 1k and therefore he cannot asess it. But he did not say if I could reupload the assignment. I am worried here. Is there a possibility that i need to pay for another upload? I am sure my jar file is not 1k. What if they don't believe me? Please help me!
Thank you all very much
Michael Morris
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Joined: Jan 30, 2002
Posts: 3451
Hi Rastin,
The SunED policy is to charge you half-price or $125.00 US for a second upload. If you feel as though there was some sort of failure during the upload process, then you should probably get on the phone with the right people and they will probably waive the fee.
Hope this helps,
Michael Morris

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Mark Spritzler

Joined: Feb 05, 2001
Posts: 17276

You need to send an e-mail to and ask them. There can be problems sometimes with the upload, and you need to make sure you tell the exact size of your jar, so they can verify that.

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