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is there any naming convention for jar file

 
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iam almost done.
Is there any naming convention for jar file ?
Did someone prepare test cases for fbn. i think i have done almost all testing still little bit scared to submit.
 
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The submission jar file has a naming convention. I think it is like scjdxxxxxxxxx.jar where xxxxxxxx is you ID. But the galton website tells you the format.
As far was if you have executable jars inside your submission for running your app. I think calling them server.jar and client.jar is easy to understand.
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