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EnthuWare - Pre Submission Validation

Piotr Nowicki
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Joined: Jul 13, 2010
Posts: 610

Hey Ranchers!

I've searched this forum, but didn't find anything which could answer my question.

Did anyone was interested in the "Pre Submission Validation" product from EnthuWare?
Were you satisfied with it?
Do they really put some interesting notes about the project?
Is it legal to use such a pre-validation (in other words - sharing you project before submitting)?

Thanks in advance for your opinion and help!

Cheers!


OCP Java SE 6 Programmer, OCM Java SE 6 Developer, OCE Java EE 6 JSPSD, OCE Java EE 6 EJBD, OCE Java EE 6 JPAD, Spring 3.0 Core Professional.
Roel De Nijs
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Sharing your submission is NOT allowed


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Roberto Perillo
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Joined: Dec 28, 2007
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Howdy, Pedro!

Well champ, there is an ANT script created by Roel that can help you check the structure you created for your project. In order to test your locking mechanism, you can use the tests I created as well (both of them can be found in the ScjdFaq). Honestly, I'm not aware of anyone who used this EnthuWare Pre Submission Validation. Just review what you created, trust yourself and be happy!


Cheers, Bob "John Lennon" Perillo
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Piotr Nowicki
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Joined: Jul 13, 2010
Posts: 610

Thanks guys for the info!

I've thought that EnthuWare pre-submission validation would be a good way to prevent those $600 from getting away for some stupid bug in the code.

But if this process nature is so uncertain, then I'll do like you said and just use those testing tools available here.

Thanks once again! :-))
Roel De Nijs
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Pedro Kowalski wrote:I've thought that EnthuWare pre-submission validation would be a good way to prevent those $600 from getting away for some stupid bug in the code.

Simply write your own tests and go for 100% test coverage for the most important class(es) of your assignment.
 
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