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  1. #1
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    Https Post Problem with Signed Application

    Dear All
    My application was unsigned and it was calling an Https "Post" and it was working properly.
    Yesterday I have signed my J2ME Application with a third party "Verisign", and i have installed it on the Nokia N 95 and the installation was success. Now, when i am trying to do an Https "Post" i am getting the following message "Native Error -36".
    My server certificate Type is "Versiign International Server CA - Class 3".

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    Re: Https Post Problem with Signed Application

    Do you request the proper permissions in the JAD file?

    Hartti

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    Re: Https Post Problem with Signed Application

    i have solved the problem.

    https.setRequestProperty("accept", "*/*");

    I have the previous request in my code. It will accept all the incoming calls from the server. And it is working fine now

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