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Hello,

Does anybody know where to get the instructions or procedure to submit the application. I'm not sure if the submission jar file should be named after the prometric id.


Also, just to verify if there is not need to include the RMI stubs. The project was developed with java 6 and the automatic stub generation started in version 5.

Thanks.

Simon
 
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I found the information about the submission jar file name here in the Javaranch scjd faq. I should have looked before asking.

Thanks.

Simon.
 
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Hi Simon,

Don't forget to use rmic to generate stubs, otherwise you will loose points on the server.
If you will do a search on this forum, you will find out that even if java 5 generates some proxy classes for rmi, still downloading occurs at runtime on the client. Java 5 just made easier the rmi compiling, as you don't need to use rmic anymore, but still dynamic downloading of stub definitions occurs at runtime.
One of the must is that no dynamic download occurs at runtime, that means you need to provide the stubs.

Regards,

Romeo
 
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