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Regarding suncertify.properties

 
Rach Mand
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Hello,

I have finished URLyBirdApplication 1.1.3. In my application , this suncertify.properties file gets generated in current working directory when the application gets launched in any of three modes. But when i send it to SUN (final jar file) , should this properties file be included at all?. If not would it be an automatic failure.

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Alex Belisle Turcot
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Originally posted by Rach Mand:
Hello,

I have finished URLyBirdApplication 1.1.3. In my application , this suncertify.properties file gets generated in current working directory when the application gets launched in any of three modes. But when i send it to SUN (final jar file) , should this properties file be included at all?. If not would it be an automatic failure.

Thank you


Hi,

here's few requirements related to this:

- Such configuration information must be stored in a file called suncertify.properties which must be located in the current working directory.
- You must not require manual editing of any files by the examiners.
- In the section "Packaging of Submissions", this file is not listed.


I interpreted all this as :
- the only file I was allowed to store information in is suncertify.properties;
- the file must be created at runtime;
- the file must not be submitted;

bye,
Alex
[ March 08, 2008: Message edited by: Alex Belisle Turcot ]
 
Alex Belisle Turcot
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oh and forgot to say... I did not submit the property file with my submission and it was accepted with no problems
 
Rach Mand
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Thank you Alex
 
Adrian Engler
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I did not submit the suncertify.properties file, either. First, it should be created in the user's working directory, and we cannot know where the user's working directory will be until the software actually runs. Second, the file contains settings, such as the database location for which I don't know any sensible default.
 
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