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  1. #1
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    Signing a Application (I got a CA Root Cert)

    Hi everybody finaly I found someone who creates certs and have a CA root cert. Now I tried to sign my Application with this cert but everytime I whant to run it on the Phone returns the Message invalid Application. What is this about? What am I doing wrong?

    Please Help me!!!!!
    Tank you

  2. #2
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    Who did you get the code signing certificate from, exactly?

    How did you sign the MIDlet, exactly?

    The phone, by defauly, only support certs from specific authorities (VeriSign, Thawte, Baltimore & others).

    And for gettign them signed, check also out the instructions on http://www.javaverified.com/

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    I have a Cert which is valid for 14 days from
    verisign.com.
    I signed my midlet using the the Nokia Developers Suite 2.2 for J2ME and the J2ME Wireless Toolkit 2.2 both dind't Work

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    Re: Signing a Application (I got a CA Root Cert)

    Can we our selves declare certain validity dtaes for a aplication. If so How?(mail to my email id or post reply here)

    shravan_vip@yahoo.co.in


    Quote Originally Posted by lpinguin View Post
    I have a Cert which is valid for 14 days from
    verisign.com.
    I signed my midlet using the the Nokia Developers Suite 2.2 for J2ME and the J2ME Wireless Toolkit 2.2 both dind't Work

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    Re: Signing a Application (I got a CA Root Cert)

    Quote Originally Posted by srk2007 View Post
    Can we our selves declare certain validity dtaes for a aplication. If so How?
    If you mean the validity of the Certificates, AFAIK, its not possible.

    To set a validity date for your MIDlet, you can do it in your code, for eg : set a validity expiry date in the code and check it with current date.

    Regards
    Gopal

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    Re: Signing a Application (I got a CA Root Cert)

    14 days...is that some kind of trial (seems very short)?. Just out of interest, if I wanted to sign an application, how much would the appropriate certificate cost me? (say it needed to be valid for a year).

  7. #7
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    Re: Signing a Application (I got a CA Root Cert)

    Hello lpinguin,

    I have a Cert which is valid for 14 days from
    verisign.com.
    Are you referring to VeriSign's Free Trial SSL Certificate?

    Regards,
    r2j7

  8. #8
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    srk2007, I guess your are looking for DRM… (what about storing a date into the RecordStore?)
    Larry101, please continue there… (starts at around 275+431 US$ per year)

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