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Sergio Aragon
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Hi


I have my submission jar file like this:

scea-AAAAAAAAA.jar
scea-AAAAAAAAA (folder)
html files
images (folder)
png images

AAAAAAAAA = testing ID

is ok like this?

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Aditya Kumar
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hi Sergio,

What is in the scea-AAAAAAAAA (folder)?
Also, where will you have the index.html? I suggest you have the index.html on the root level as that is the first file the evaluator will look for while going through your submission.

Thanks
Aditya
 
Sergio Aragon
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Hi Kumar

Thanks for your advice, now my submission jar is like this:

scea-AAAAAAAAA.jar
html files (exists an index.html file and exist other html files that are displayed in index.html)
images folder (contains all png images)


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Aditya Kumar
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Hi Sergio,

I still think that the index.html must be on the root and not in the html folder. So in effect, your jar structure could be:

/index.html
/html (all OTHER html files)
/img (all image files)

The reason why I say this is because generally that file is on the root.

Thanks
aditya
 
Sergio Aragon
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Thanks a lot A. Kumar!!

Your advice is very helpful

Kind regards
 
Aditya Kumar
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Sergio,
One more thing - in my assignment it was required that the assignment PDF (problem statement PDF) also be a part of the deliverable JAR. If that is so, do remember to include it in your JAR file.
Thanks
aditya
 
pin guan wang
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Hi,

I used the following command to generate my jar file:


jar cf "scea-AAAAAAAAA.jar" *


Does anyone know how do the examiners do with the jar file?
Do they extract the content by using tool like 7-zip file manager?

I am afraid that they are not able to view the content in my jar file.



Thanks
 
Sergio Aragon
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Hi,

I created a simple zip file. Then I changed .zip to .jar

Very simple steps in windows 7

Kind regards
 
pin guan wang
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Sergio Aragon wrote:Hi,

I created a simple zip file. Then I changed .zip to .jar

Very simple steps in windows 7

Kind regards


So you have passed your part 2 & 3 ?
 
Raghavendra Hegde
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When I was submitting my assignment, once .jar file is built, I opened that and made sure all files are there in jar file. That way, you can rest assured that your jar is complete with all files you intent to include.
 
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