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Hoagieben__
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Assumption made to project name when gradign lab

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At https://rol.redhat.com/rol/app/courses/do180-4.5/pages/ch07s05 (Lab: Deploying Multi-Container Applications) you are asked to to create a new project but it doesn't tell you what project name to use.

Up until now we have used oc new-project ${RHT_OCP4_DEV_USER}-***** when creating projects but as I mentioned this is not suggested in the question. This leaves us to name it whatever we want.

At the end of the exercise after you run lab multicontainer-review grade one of the tasks it does is to check http://quote-php-${RHT_OCP4_DEV_USER}-deploy.${RHT_OCP4_WILDCARD_DOMAIN}

It assumes that we will create the project using ${RHT_OCP4_DEV_USER} which is fair enough as we have been using this in exercises but I'm not sure how we can expect to know to add "-deploy" when we have used others up until now.

No big deal, just thought you might want to change the grading process to be more flexible to the name of the project chosen by the candidate.

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flozano
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Re: Assumption made to project name when gradign lab

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That is a course bug and we'll fix it in the next update. Thanks a lot for reporting.

Project names, resource names, file names etc should be provided for students before the solution of a review lab because grading depends on using the correct names.

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Re: Assumption made to project name when gradign lab

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That is a course bug and we'll fix it in the next update. Thanks a lot for reporting.

Project names, resource names, file names etc should be provided for students before the solution of a review lab because grading depends on using the correct names.

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