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Shu Gao
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Hi, everyone:

I had finished and reviewed my project, and I am about to submit it, There are just two questions though:

1. In my project specification, it stated:
A directory called docs, containing the following items at the top level:
This html file.
...................

So I am not too sure about what this "This html file" meant, since the user help file is called "userguide.txt(or html)", and the design choises file is called "choices.txt" as well as the file that states the JDK version is called "version.txt", and all the JAVA/HTML docs are in a sub directory called javadoc, so what is this "This html file" after all?

2. How do I name my uploading submission jar file, or do I get specific instructions when I upload?

Thank you very much!

Regards.
Shu
 
Andrew Monkhouse
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Hi Shu
So I am not too sure about what this "This html file" meant
The instructions sent to you by Sun are in HTML format - the instructions are the document you are reading when you read that instruction, therefore they are "this" document.
2. How do I name my uploading submission jar file, or do I get specific instructions when I upload?
You will get specific instructions when you upload, but we also have a rough indication in the JavaRanch SCJD FAQ.

Regards, Andrew
 
Seb Mathe
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1. "This html file" is the instruction file you were reading

2. You get this information on certmanager, just before uploading the file...


The name of your submission archive file MUST be derived from your Testing ID, as shown above. Your Testing ID is your 9-digit Social Security Number (U.S. only), or it might be another alphanumeric combination, e.g. sp1234567 (any country). Your archive filename MUST BE scjda-AAAAAAAAA.ZZZ, where AAAAAAAAA is your Testing ID, and ZZZ is the appropriate filename extension for your archive type (zip, tar, or jar).
 
Shu Gao
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Thank you very much, Andrew and Seb
 
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