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package-jar arrangement and help system

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I am preparing the upload, so I got to confirm that my understanding about requirement is right.
1. package and jar arrangemet
my classes are under three packages:
* suncertify.db DB assess,including impl.class and _stub.class;
* suncertify.client, client GUI;
* suncertify.server, data Server;
I put suncertify.db and suncertify.client into client.jar, which can either access to DB locally or connect to DB Server, and put suncertify.db and suncertify.server into server.jar, which serve the client GUI. Is this arrangement OK?
2. Is the help system a must? I haven't seen specific requirements for it on the instruction.
Thanks in advance!
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1. Are your cilent and server jar files executable jars? If so, have you tested them as working. If not then you are fine there.
2. Help system is really just for displaying your User documentation for the client and server. User documentation is a requirement, but a help system isn't, but a nice simple feature to add.
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Hello Leo:
Most of the developers who passed SCJD they had on-line help, it is not a MUST requirement but gives a kinda professional look. Your packaging arrangemet looks good.
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