Elchin Asgarli wrote:First of all I got URLyBird as a project, but I cannot see the version number.
Then I can't find information about name of the jar file necessary to be submitted.
the subject and contents of email. Does this mean they can be arbitrary? I only found that they ask you to include Prometric ID in submission, but to include it where?
And I also did not see anything in the instructions saying that I have to have specified headers in every file, but I did see such in some of the codes posted here, for example this one. Did Oracle change policies?
David Byron wrote:
In my assignment, it was written in a large font right at the top of the instructions.html file.
Elchin Asgarli wrote:I had nothing like instructions.html
When did you register for the exam? Was it Sun times or did you register recently through ibt.prometric.com/oracle?
David Byron wrote:That's interesting. I had Bodgitt and Scarper through Sun, so maybe this is a difference between the B&S and URLyBird assignments or maybe it's a difference between Sun's instructions and Oracle's.
Robert Benson wrote:
If you look in the scjdfaqs you will see a number of example lock signatures for the urlybird and you might be able to determine which version yours is.
Robert Benson wrote:
With regard to the jar, there is more info regarding jar name in the faqs. But this is the old sun format, not sure if there is an updated oracle format yet. My instructions told me to make two jar files (a jar within a jar) so take note of how many jar files your instructions ask for. It's also worth a while taking a looking at the tools for building and testing jars, also in the faq's I think. These will reduce errors considerably.
I have the signature of version 1.1.1. Do they still offer that version or I have something different than versions there?
Roel De Nijs wrote:
If you don't have an instructions.html, how did you get the instructions for developing the assignment?
Roel De Nijs wrote:If the instructions are still the same, you'll have to provide an "instructions.html" to your submission jar
Roel De Nijs wrote:"These instructions" were in the pre-Oracle days a html file called "instructions.html"
Roel De Nijs wrote:I don't think this has something to do with it. Oracle can simply forward your email to an accessor (together with your essay exam). He/She saves your submission jar and runs some automated test against it to check the contents of your jar. If I had to submit my assignment now, I wouldn't take any risk and strictly follow the instructions about the structure of the submission jar.
Elchin Asgarli wrote:So shall I contact them asking for clarifications or just do what I think is correct?
Roel De Nijs wrote:You could try to contact them, but getting an answer will be very unlikely