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Michael Chang
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Can someone please help me to figure out what I did wrong? I can't pass the exam without knowing what I did wrong. I posted the following question several days ago but got no direct answer.
Thanks a lot!
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"Your submission did not contain source code as required" is the comment I got from Sun for my J2SD exam submission. But I have the source code packed in a jar file source.jar under the docs directory. Of course my submission itself was a jar file following Sun's naming rules. The source.jar I mentioned is a jar file inside the submission jar file. Anyone who has passed knows what the comment means? Do I have to keep the source code in the same jar files as the class files? It would be silly to do that because nobody does it in a real world enterprise application deployment. You always want to deploy only the class files to a client machine.
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balaji sambandam
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Could you list all the contents and directory strcture
of the submission.jar file and I will be able tell you where it could have gone wrong
Originally posted by Michael Chang:
Can someone please help me to figure out what I did wrong? I can't pass the exam without knowing what I did wrong. I posted the following question several days ago but got no direct answer.
Thanks a lot!

 
Michael Chang
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Thanks for your response. My submission is a jar file as a whole as Sun required. In the jar file, there are two folders: docs and starting. Under the docs folder, all javadoc files are there following their package structure. And there is source.jar that has all source code for my assignment. If you extract source.jar, you will get the source code in proper directory structure. Under starting, there are four jar files that contain the class files and the policy files that you should deploy to client and server machines respectively. I clearly stated in my README.txt that my source code is in source.jar under the docs directory. I don't know what I did wrong. Any idea?
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Adrian Yan
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Did you talk to the Sun educational service department? Don't just send email, call them.
 
Michael Chang
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I sent them an email a few days ago through the certificate database web site and haven't heard anything back. You think I should call them? If I don't hear from Sun and you guys don't think I did anything wrong, I will call them.
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balaji sambandam
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Send a mail to Sun and ask their permission for a resubmission.
Thistime, before you send the jar file, try unpacking them and see if it has all the files you wanted to send.
Originally posted by Michael Chang:
Thanks for your response. My submission is a jar file as a whole as Sun required. In the jar file, there are two folders: docs and starting. Under the docs folder, all javadoc files are there following their package structure. And there is source.jar that has all source code for my assignment. If you extract source.jar, you will get the source code in proper directory structure. Under starting, there are four jar files that contain the class files and the policy files that you should deploy to client and server machines respectively. I clearly stated in my README.txt that my source code is in source.jar under the docs directory. I don't know what I did wrong. Any idea?
Thank you very much.

 
Michael Chang
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Of course I did that before I sumbitted the assignment. And I checked my submission again after I saw Sun's comments from the database. I don't think that is the issue. Until I know what I did wrong, re-submission doesn't do any good. Anyone has any suggestions?
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Jeb Beasley
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One possibility is that you must send, "modified versions of supplied classes, and copies of the supplied class that were not modified." Did you include the original suncertify.db classes?
Were your Data related classes in teh suncertify.db package?
 
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