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    Symbian Express signed null

    Dear all,

    I tried to sign my new SIS file wich contains a SIS and a JAR/JAD file
    I have (I think) a correct certificate se below


    Content
    C:\mobisma\dbg.txt
    C:\mobisma\mobisma.ini
    C:\mobisma\mobisma.jar
    C:\mobisma\mobisma.jad
    !:\private\10274b9f\import\programToStart.ast
    c:\private\101f875a\import\[20027180].rsc
    C:\sys\bin\mobismaSRV.exe [ReadDeviceData WriteDeviceData SwEvent NetworkServices ReadUserData WriteUserData]
    7 file(s) total
    Certificate Chain

    Certificate 1:
    Signer:
    Mobisma AB
    SE
    Norrtaelje
    Stockholm
    Mobisma AB
    Issuer:
    TC TrustCenter Class 2 L1 CA XII
    DE
    TC TrustCenter GmbH

    But when I upload the zipped file and want to go next after filling in the values I just get a null as error message, what is that?

    Application submission form: new

    Step 1: Upload application

    null
    Can anybody please give me a clue?

    Best Jens

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    Re: Symbian Express signed null

    What did you include in the zip file ? if I remember right you should have the publicer-signed sis, txt file as well as pkg file in it.

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    Re: Symbian Express signed null

    Yes that's right I have a .pkg file the sis file and a readmefile.txt and a readme.pdf
    What I was thinking is that the .pkg file contains a JAR/JAD file (Wich of course is included in the SIS file) but should I also supply the JAR and JAD file standalone in the zip file?
    It would have been much easier if I got another error message tha null :-)

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    Re: Symbian Express signed null

    Symbian signed is for signing symbian installation files, i.e. sis files, thus you can not have standalone java files there. Symbian signed basically should only care that :
    1. The file to be signed is valid sis file
    2. the sis file is signed only one time, and the certificate used is valid certificate for utilizing Symbian signed
    3. The capabilities of dll and exe files inside the sis file are having capabilities allowed for the selected signing
    4. UIDs with package are on correct range and reserved for the account used for signing.

    Also do have only one sis file in the package, and do not use folders inside the zip file. Also I might submit the pdf separately (as text content, etc.) just to make sure it would not make any problems in there.

    Then if it still does not work, then please check the sis file that is signed only one time, and it is indeed your publicer Id tht is used for signing, and then see that your publicer ID is still valid. And if those points appear to be ok, then specify step-by-step on what you have done, and what actually happens when it fails in details.

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    Re: Symbian Express signed null

    Symbianyucca,

    Thankyou for your info

    I have validated all your points, except the PDF file since I have used another sis file with no problem having the PDF inside.

    I can see a bit of confusing information when I am signing my file with my converteed Trustcenter certificate though,
    Z:\Installs\mobismaSRV\expresssigned>VerifySymbianSigned_25_05_2007 MobismaME.sis

    ------------------------------
    File format : SISX (V9)
    SIS file : MobismaME.sis
    ------------------------------
    Symbian Signed : No
    Developer Certificate Signed : No
    ACS Publisher Signed : No
    Unknown Certifictaes : 1
    ------------------------------

    Z:\Installs\mobismaSRV\expresssigned>pause
    Tryck ned valfri tangent för att fortsätta...

    Z:\Installs\mobismaSRV\expresssigned>signsis.exe MobismaME.sis -o

    Primary:
    Issued by TC TrustCenter Class 2 L1 CA XII.
    Issued to Development.
    Valid from 16/02/2011 to 16/02/2012.

    Z:\Installs\mobismaSRV\expresssigned>pause
    Tryck ned valfri tangent för att fortsätta...

    Z:\Installs\mobismaSRV\expresssigned>C:\Program\7-Zip\7z.exe a -tzip expressigne
    dnew.zip readmenew.txt mobisma.pkg MobismaME.sis mobismaMEPSnew.pdf

    7-Zip 9.20 Copyright (c) 1999-2010 Igor Pavlov 2010-11-18
    Scanning

    Creating archive expressignednew.zip

    Compressing mobisma.pkg
    Compressing MobismaME.sis
    Compressing mobismaMEPSnew.pdf
    Compressing readmenew.txt

    Everything is Ok
    With VerifySymbianSigned_25_05_2007 i Get

    ACS Publisher Signed : No
    Unknown Certifictaes : 1
    But with signsis -o I get

    Primary:
    Issued by TC TrustCenter Class 2 L1 CA XII.
    Issued to Development.
    Valid from 16/02/2011 to 16/02/2012.
    Could this be a problem?

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    Re: Symbian Express signed null

    I never used the VerifySymbianSigned_25_05_2007 to be fully honest, thus would not know what it is, also I suppose if the file name indicates a date, then the TC certificates were added to Symbian signed after that specific date. Anyway, what are the steps, and what is the actual outcome ?

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    Re: Symbian Express signed null

    in my openion.... the way you zip the files are wrong.... what you do is drag the pointer on all the 3 files and then Zip again(instead of making a folder putting all the 3 files in it and Zip).... that will solve your problem....
    Last edited by sunil304047; 2011-06-13 at 11:03. Reason: more info

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    Re: Symbian Express signed null

    Ok found the FM, never used it though. Anyway, did you test that the sis file actully works, at least there is one older discussion thread claiming that it is not working: http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...ing-a-SIS-file

    Thus if you would just remove those, and use the C:\sys\bin\mobismaSRV.exe to do the installation of the java files, right after the installer has exited installing the original sis file. Note that you can not have two instances of the installer running same time.

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    Re: Symbian Express signed null

    Symbianyucca and wizard_hu ,

    You are both right, the FM should be removed as the actual install of the Java files already are handled by mobismSRV.exe

    and actually the FM gives a error message wich I have ignored for the moment.

    I tried to remove the FM anyway to see if it would affect the signing process but still same result "null"

    And Yes, the installation works fine on all of my physical testphones....(Besides the FM error message)

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    Re: Symbian Express signed null

    Quote Originally Posted by sunil304047 View Post
    in my openion.... the way you zip the files are wrong.... what you do is drag the pointer on all the 3 files and then Zip again(instead of making a folder putting all the 3 files in it and Zip).... that will solve your problem....
    suni
    Excactly what do you mean?

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    Re: Symbian Express signed null

    well gena.... what is the method you zip the files....probabily you make a folder have 3 files then zip that folder(in my case also it creates problem), so what i did is i select all the 3 files then zip by right clicking..... might be it would help if that is the problem....

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    Re: Symbian Express signed null

    Suni,
    No I do not have any folder in the zip if that is what you mean, No subdirectories exists in my zip-file

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    Re: Symbian Express signed null

    i am sorry if the confuse you , but i am not asking about the folder or subfolder.... i want to know what are the steps you zip the file.. please tell me the steps ..

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