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Maja Vukovic

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Recent posts by Maja Vukovic

Aleksey & Rahul
thanks a lot, I'm just preparing to submit my project and had last minute doubts about some stuff
Hi,
I was wondering where should the db.db be located in the submission file, and also in general how are you guys accessing this file. For example, for the client I provide both filechooser and a textfield for entering the location of the data file, as for the server data file location should be provided as an argument.
Now, since I was planning to submit executable jars for both client and server, would I have to actually have db.db in those jars (meaning I would have to figure out how to read/write file from/to jar) or can I assume that the person who is assessing the application will chose a datafile (that is not in the jar).
It would be great if ppl who passed the SCJD explain how they packaged and accessed db.db file.
Thx
Maja
Douglas,
- Well, I'm planning to submit executable jar files for client and server and hence I thought, since there won't be any need to extraction of these files, that giving just a high level description of the jars would suffice.
Dilipkumar,
- I haven't decided where to put the db.db file
- I was planning to submit the source.jar as well
Hi,
I'm preparing to submit my assignment, but am still unsure about the README.txt. I am planning to submit my jar file which will inside have client.jar, server.jar, source.jar etc. Now in the readme.txt, we are supposed to include the names of the files submittes with a note of their location and purpose of each.
My question is - do I need to make the contents listing ALL the files (i.e. even the files inside the jar files I included) or is
it enough to list and describe the purpose of the top level directory files. I.e.
Do I need to list which files I included into client.jar etc.?
Thx,
Maja
I had (and still have) the same "problem" .. where to put the logic, server or client side... Do we want a generic server or a smarter one...? After reading posts on several mailing lists, it looks like the most important thing is to justify your choice...
David, congratulatons!
Just a follow up question, does that mean that you mean server generic ? I mean does your remote client have acessess to all the public methods of Data class?
Thx
Maja