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NX: "suncertify.data" vs "suncertify.db"

 
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From my spec:


Server - Required Interface
Your data access class must be called "Data.java", must be in a package called "suncertify.data", and must implement the following interface:
package suncertify.db;
public interface DBAccess
{
..


Did Sun made a mistake on saying "suncertify.data" for the "Data.java", and "suncertify.db" for the interface??
Or, should I create 2 packages, one for the data access implementation, and one for the DBAccess interface???
I�ve already asked Sun about this but they have never answerd me.
Best regars,
Wagner da Silva
 
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Yes, it looks like this is a mistake. My assgnment has suncertify.db for both. However since this is a "must" requirement, I'd send e-mail to who2contact@sun.com (as decribed in your instructions) to get them to clarify, just to be sure.
 
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