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Offline mike_bike_kite

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« Posted 2014-01-23 22:02:51 »

My self sign key expired a while back and now the apps don't work - does anyone know how to use keytool or can link me to a (very) simple explanation.
I'd read that this self sign thing will also be dying out - what should I do?
I also get lots of warnings when running webstart apps - is there a way I can reduce this to no warnings (perhaps force an app to stay in the sandbox)?
I'm getting problems in both my checkers program and my chess program.
Any suggestions welcome...


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Offline jmguillemette
« Reply #1 - Posted 2014-01-23 22:26:22 »

using keytool you can make a new self signed certificate.

just keep in mind that while you will add this cert to your keystore...it will not exist in other peoples key stores..

so they will get a nasty error message when trying to use your game.

j.

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Offline mike_bike_kite

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2014-01-23 22:34:35 »

Err, so what do I do?
I read in a recent post that Oracle (?) wanted £100/year for a public key but I don't think I can stretch to that.
I've been playing with netbeans and noticed that has an option to create an exe installer. Would this be better solution?

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