i questioned the Verisign Support to disable the security alert when automatically launching a midlet by the pushregistry.
The Support says that it is not possible to disable the security alerts by code signing the midlet or rather to disable a prompt that asks the user to accept the midlet, which comes after the signing process.
Is this true???
It is really important for me to use the autostart function from the push registry without asking the user for permission. It´s ok, to ask the user after the installation process once but after that it have to launch without such a prompt.
Here my originally question to the verisign support:
I need a clear statement about, that midlets, which are signed with the Verisign Code Java ID Certificates, can use the autostart - function of the PushRegistry WITHOUT confirmation of the user. The midlet will specifically be activated through a timer or an incoming SMS-messages. So it should be possible after signing the midlet, to start a midlet through a timer or an incoming SMS - without confirming before a security warning.
and here the answer:
Your end-users will still be prompted to accept your midlet, but instead of a security warning message where the publisher of the midlet is unknown, your users will see a message asking them if they would like to run the midlet which has been signed by you.
There is no way to disable the prompt asking the end-user to accept your midlet. The manner in which midlets, signed and unsigned, are handled is programmatically determined by the OS on the handset and there is no way for us to change that. Your users will still receive a prompt, but as I mentioned above, it will be one asking them to accept the midlet which has been signed by you instead of a security warning telling them that the publisher is unknown.
Please help me quickly, i have a big problem if the conclusion from verisign is true....
We will use the following devices:
Nokia 6230i, 6230 and 5140
Thanks a lot!