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B&S: Relation between Submission JAR file and runme.jar?

 
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Hi all,

as far as I understand the submission issue we have to create a file runme.jar and an extra Submission JAR file for our project directory.

So concerning JAR I have to:
  • create runme.jar
  • create project.jar

  • While the submission JAR file project.jar include runme.jar, it's the one we have to upload.

    The assessor will receive my whole project (*.java, *.class, etc.) through the submission jar file project.jar and extract runme.jar from it to test the application.

    That's it, correct ?

    Regards,
    Darya
     
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    Yep, I think that's it alright Darya.

    I have some extra question about runme.jar - have a look at this thread if you get a chance

    jar file question

    - let me know what you think...

    Thanks,

    Christy.
     
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