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    Angry TRUSTED CERTIFICATE...

    Hi
    Create the .sis file and
    sign it with a trusted certificate and key:

    signsis.exe mytest.sis mytest_signed.sis <certificate> <key>
    example:
    RUN
    CMD
    GO TO PATH: E:\_NOKIA\Symbian\Carbide\Workspace\mytest
    an execute....
    signsis.exe mytest.sis mytest_signed.sis
    E:\_NOKIA\Symbian\Carbide\Workspace\My.cer
    E:\_NOKIA\Symbian\Carbide\Workspace\My.key......???..OK

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    Smile Re: TRUSTED CERTIFICATE...

    Quote Originally Posted by PACALA_BA View Post
    Hi
    Create the .sis file and
    sign it with a trusted certificate and key:

    signsis.exe mytest.sis mytest_signed.sis <certificate> <key>
    example:
    RUN
    CMD
    GO TO PATH: E:\_NOKIA\Symbian\Carbide\Workspace\mytest
    an execute....
    signsis.exe mytest.sis mytest_signed.sis
    E:\_NOKIA\Symbian\Carbide\Workspace\My.cer
    E:\_NOKIA\Symbian\Carbide\Workspace\My.key......???..OK
    It's OK if you have not defined password. Otherwise use password as a last parameter.

    signsis.exe mytest.sis mytest_signed.sis <certificate> <key> <password>
    Kiran.
    Nokia Developer Wiki Moderation team

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    Re: TRUSTED CERTIFICATE...

    Quote Originally Posted by PACALA_BA View Post
    Hi
    Create the .sis file and
    sign it with a trusted certificate and key:

    signsis.exe mytest.sis mytest_signed.sis <certificate> <key>
    example:
    RUN
    CMD
    GO TO PATH: E:\_NOKIA\Symbian\Carbide\Workspace\mytest
    an execute....
    signsis.exe mytest.sis mytest_signed.sis
    E:\_NOKIA\Symbian\Carbide\Workspace\My.cer
    E:\_NOKIA\Symbian\Carbide\Workspace\My.key......???..OK
    Based on your previous posts very much doubt that you have a trusted certificate (devcert). But yes, signsis is the tool you use to sign a sis file with the certificate you have.
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