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Submission folder, where to include execution details?

 
Nicolas Kal
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Hi ranchers!

I've finished everything with my assignment and I am about to submit.. One last question though, in the instructions under deliverable it does not specifies where to describe how to execute server and client. I have created a new file readme.txt in submission folder with the following content

All of the above commands should be executed from the ..\submission> folder

1. To start the client on stand alone mode execute with one of the following commands:
java -cp runme.jar client.ApplicationController
java -cp runme.jar client.ApplicationController -standalone

...

Is it placed good there or do I have to include somewhere else, maybe in another file? Thanks in advance!
 
Roel De Nijs
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Hi Nicolas,

I have put something like that in my userguide.txt, of course you having a help system built into your application can't do something like that. I guess a sun accessor will know how to start it

Good luck!
Kind regards,
Roel
 
Nicolas Kal
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Thanks for the answer Roel,

I would like some how to include this information, I know that a sun assessor would find it but with all these packages its like looking for a needle in a haystack.. So i'd prefer to write down this information somewhere.. I was thinking to actually provide the userguide.txt, write these in there and then methion that user guidance regarding functionality is built-in the application, what do you think?
 
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Hi Nicolas,

I think that's a good idea: make a small userguide.txt mentioning in a 1st point how to start every application and then just say the help is built-in in the application.

Good luck with the essay exam!

Kind regards,
Roel
 
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