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John Cogan
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In the assignment, I'm told the name of the jar I have to upload is runme.jar.
However, when I get the the upload section of the website,
I'm told it has to be scjda-myid.jar.
Now to run the program the examiner will have the type:
java -jar runme.jar alone
This is in the help file.
What was I was going to do was put the runme.jar inside the scjda-myid.jar?
What to people think?
I'm waiting no permission to upload and my exam is tomorrow!
 
Wei-ju Wu
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Originally posted by John Cogan:
In the assignment, I'm told the name of the jar I have to upload is runme.jar.
However, when I get the the upload section of the website,
I'm told it has to be scjda-myid.jar.
Now to run the program the examiner will have the type:
java -jar runme.jar alone
This is in the help file.
What was I was going to do was put the runme.jar inside the scjda-myid.jar?
What to people think?
I'm waiting no permission to upload and my exam is tomorrow!


There are actually two jar files you have to create for your assignment:

1. The runme.jar is the file containing your, compiled java files, and the manifest file which indicates your start class.

2. I think your specification says that you will need to package that runme.jar file into another jar file, together with documentation and additional resources (such as the database file). My specification does not say anything about the name of the uploadable jar file, so it seems it has to be renamed the scjda-myid.jar.
 
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