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steps to create jar file

 
hani Ibrahim
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Would you help me what the practical steps to create jar file.
if i have 4 pictures of diagrams. what is next ?how to convert them to html format with index in FREE and easy tool also what the best free tool for uml i use both staruml and visual paradigm community edition but unfortunately both have drawbacks which they don't make you to prefer one of them on other.
 
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You don't convert images to HTML. You include an HTML page that links to them. Then you zip/jar them all up. I didn't use a tool to do this. I used notepad and the command line. Try this and post specifically what you are stuck on. You are trying to get an architect certification. Part by being an architect is to experiment.
 
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Thanks a lot Jeanne.but why this exam doesnt have templates to fill and clear road map.you will till me because in real life you should search and find what you need.but this will distracted us .and this is not appreciated when marking the exam.i hope like these abcs questions about tools or a full success story to be highlighted to us.
 
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Hani,

You can use word processor copy past your diagram image files into it save your doc file index.html as well.
Dont forget to create links to every section.
 
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hani Ibrahim wrote:because in real life you should search and find what you need.

Not always. My boss says "write a report on X". I don't get guidance on the format. I figure it out. Then my boss reviews, and we change it. And so forth.

Templates are good when there is only one accepted format. Which isn't the case for design documents.
 
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THANKS Nimit and Jeanne.
i understand the 2 points that were missing in my mind.
when i have other question,i will put them in new topic .so others can take benifit from the title of the post.
 
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