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Offline startweb

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« Posted 2004-09-16 11:39:12 »

i have some unsigned third party jars.
i wanna use them in an application.
but i don't want to sign them..
is there any way to launch this application using web start ( any how i will sign the jars i build and i need all-permissions )  ??
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« Reply #1 - Posted 2004-09-16 12:54:56 »

Don't think you can do that, it kinda breaks the point. Those jars could contain potentially damaging stuff and you're distributing them...

Why don't you want to sign them exactly?

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Offline startweb

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2004-09-16 13:05:17 »

the application will be used in-house. so i that the application is not malicious and i can keep the users informed of this.
on the other hand, i don't want them to be signed because those third party jars are updated by others who may forget to sign it. I know that there are other ways to take care of this but a better way is to avoid signing of these jars.
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Offline mhale

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2004-09-16 22:42:35 »

If you create jnlp <component-desc/> files for the third-party jars, they do not need to be signed if they don't require <all-permissions/>. This is independent of whether the main app jar is signed. For example, you can have a signed network game app jnlp bundled with an unsigned gage2d jar component-desc jnlp. The other advantage of component-desc jnlp files is that different apps can re-use the same component-desc jars.
Offline startweb

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« Reply #4 - Posted 2004-09-17 04:30:23 »

as i mentioned earlier, the third party jars do require  <all-permissions/>. Otherwise i would have used them as an extension in the main jnlp file.
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« Reply #5 - Posted 2004-09-17 04:47:14 »

then you gotta sign em!  Put the process in a batch file, and it'll take all of like 3 seconds to sign anything whenever you need to.

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