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How to package your solution for upload

 
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Hi all,

I've nearly finished part II, but for delivery there is mention "All deliverables will be accepted in HTML only and each diagram must be UML compliant". These should then be packaged in a JAR file.

Does that mean I cannot put any images in, because I was thinking of linking from my html to images, one for each diagram.


Any thoughts?

Thanks
 
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Hello,

I think it is ok that you have index.html, which contains links to the diagram pictures.

I think "HTML only" means that assignment should be read with any HTML browser.

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Steven,
Yes. They mean html with images. You can't submit diagrams in text!
 
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I have a stupid question to the jar-file:
I have an index.html file (no other html-files) and the jpg's in one folder.
If I pack this files in the jar and open the jar with 7zip, open the index.html, of course the image tags don't work.
I guess this is supposed to be like this, isn't it?
the tester will hopefully unpack the jar, before opening the index.html or is there any way to provide the functionality with the image links without unpacking the jar?
 
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wolfgang unger wrote:I have a stupid question to the jar-file:
I have an index.html file (no other html-files) and the jpg's in one folder.
If I pack this files in the jar and open the jar with 7zip, open the index.html, of course the image tags don't work.
I guess this is supposed to be like this, isn't it?
the tester will hopefully unpack the jar, before opening the index.html or is there any way to provide the functionality with the image links without unpacking the jar?


Yes. You can assume the reviewer will unjar the entire thing before opening the index.html.
 
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