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URLyBird: suncertify.properties

 
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Hello Guys,

I'm pretty much ready to package up the application and am trying to figure out where suncertify.properties goes? I read the package section about a million times and I don't see any mention of it. The only place I could think without violating the "must" condition was to put it under the code directoy as part of the "source" code. The logic in my application can handle the file not even being pacakge as it will create the file as needed but I'd rather not run the risk. The only thing that I have derived from the direction is that it must be in the current working directory.

What would you guys recommend?
 
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Hi Michael,

You don't need to supply suncertify.properties file in your submission jar. Instead, it will be created by your assessor in the current working directory, when he will hit the first time the save button.

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Romeo

[ May 28, 2007: Message edited by: Romeo Son ]
[ May 28, 2007: Message edited by: Romeo Son ]
 
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Hi Michael,

As already Romeo told you: You do not need to provide the property file.

It should be generated by your software after running it once.
 
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