I've just submitted my project and am preparing for the exam which I'm taking tomorrow. While going through my code I realised I may have made a mistake with my SecurityException - I didn't implement my own in the suncertify.db package, but used the java.lang.SecurityException. For all the checking and double checking I did of my code, this slipped through the net - I didn't mention it in my choices document either.
My instructions say "Any unimplemented exceptions in this interface must be created as member classes of the suncertify.db package". I feel I can probably get away with this since SecurityException is implemented already, though given the choice I would go back and reimplement it since I think my use is wrong.
Does anyone know if this is likely to affect my mark in a major way? I'm particularly worried since the sentence includes the word "must". I'm just hoping I may have a chance to justify my "decision" in the exam tomorrow.