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Hi,
I am ready to submit my application today. I just needed some clarification. I have 2 jar files : client.jar and server.jar. To invoke the server, i ask the user to type in java -jar <location of server.jar file> suncertify.db.DataServer <command line parameters>. And a similar command using client.jar to invoke the client.
I am not using any codebase, policy file or classpath. Is this ok??
Any feedback is appreciated.
Thanks.
 
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I would recommend including a policy file that grants writes to everything so the tester does not decide to use one of there own policy files that is too restrictive.
 
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