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Himai Minh
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Hi, Java ranchers buddies,
The instruction.html does not say any name for the single jar file. It says package the assignment in a single jar file with runme.jar, code folder, doc folder, the unchanged database file.
Apress SCJD study guide calls it submission.jar.
I will call it the same name.

 
Roberto Perillo
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That's weird... what you can do is try to find someone that passed this certification recently in the Certification Results forum and send him/her a PM, asking what was the name he/she gave to his/her single JAR file.
 
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That's not weird at all. In my days it was also not mentioned in the instructions.html, I used the same naming convention as mentioned in ScjdFaq.
 
Roberto Perillo
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I honestly don't remember if the instructions mention this... it's been around 4 years now, I think, since I took this certification...
 
Dennis Grimbergen
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I named my final jar: OCMJD_SRxxxxxxxx.jar
where SRxxxxxxx is the Oracle Testing ID.
I think it doesn't matter that much. Just pick a name that makes it identifiable to you by the filename. You never know
 
Anayonkar Shivalkar
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Dennis Grimbergen wrote:I named my final jar: OCMJD_SRxxxxxxxx.jar
where SRxxxxxxx is the Oracle Testing ID.
I think it doesn't matter that much. Just pick a name that makes it identifiable to you by the filename. You never know

I used the same naming convention.

@Himai,
Just make absolutely sure that your file/dir structure inside the jar is 100% perfect.
 
Robin van Riel
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Since no required jar file name was mentioned in my version of the Bodgitt & Scarper assignment, I assumed it didn't matter much.
I called it "rvriel_bodgittandscarper.jar".

But then again, I'm not sure yet if I passed ;)
 
Joel Mata
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Robin van Riel wrote:Since no required jar file name was mentioned in my version of the Bodgitt & Scarper assignment, I assumed it didn't matter much.
I called it "rvriel_bodgittandscarper.jar".

But then again, I'm not sure yet if I passed ;)


…well, did you?

I'm having the same problem, i used the ant builder in here and it creates a runme.jar inside a runme.jar (i cracked my head for two days until i figure it out this :S).

Is it true that the "inner" jar has to be called runme.jar but the submission package can have any name?
 
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Joel Mata wrote:Is it true that the "inner" jar has to be called runme.jar but the submission package can have any name?

The runnable jar (which is inside the submission jar) must be called runme.jar (I believe that's a must requirement in the instructions, or at least it was when I did my assignment and created the ant build). For the submission jar there are no actual rules (in the instructions) and I followed the instructions from ScjdFaq
 
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