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Hi, I need know about how send my submission.jar

sent to : developer-submit_US@oracle.com,suncert_ww@oracle.com
subject : ???

atachments : submission.jar

in mail indicate my prometic Id, name and surmane

Can help me? thanks
 
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what do you think about "Submission OCMJD" as subject?

In the Sun(ny) days the jar to submit contained your prometric id, that's something I would still do these days.
 
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Roel De Nijs wrote:what do you think about "Submission OCMJD"



is Fine, ok I send the submission.jar (is needed indicate my prometic id in submission.jar?) and indicate my complete name and prometic id in mail body
 
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I would name the jar you are submitting: your-prometric-id.jar
 
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