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  1. #1
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    Access Permission

    Hi,

    Finnaly i got my AddressBook Updation Application working...

    but

    when i start my application it ask me every time about

    Allow Application to edit and add new Data in:Contacts

    i check my application access -->Phone Access-->Add and Edit Data midlet option ....

    There are four option

    Ask Every time
    Ask first time only
    Always allowed
    Not Allowed


    i got only first and last option enable ....

    i want to ask the permission only for the first time i.e i want to select second option...but it is disable

    Any help Please...


    regards
    Pravin

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    Re: Access Permission

    i have the same issue. i emailed to sun people they said get ur midlet signed and the other options will be enabled and if that doesnt work ask Nokia.

    so i thought i better ask here before getting a certificate. so guys will signing midlet enable the other two options.
    Regards
    Nouman

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    Re: Access Permission

    Any idea about How to sigin Midlet ?


    regards

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    Re: Access Permission

    well there are thosands of post here on how to sign ur midlet just give it a search on Nokia forum

    however big question is will it solve our problem. because siging midlte would require a certificate from verisin or thawte and it will cost as well u know.
    Regards
    Nouman

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    Re: Access Permission

    i follow this step given in
    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...hlight=signing

    1) Create a RSA key with keytool like:
    keytool -genkey -keyalg RSA .....
    2) Self certificate the key:
    keytool -selfcert .....
    3) Export self certified key:
    keytool -export -file some.cer .....
    4) Send this some.cer to device, save it and adjust trust settings


    but when i see my certificate it shows something like

    The CA root certificate is not trusted. To enable trust install this cartificate in trusted root certification Authorities store


    i can not understand what it was ?....

    and what is the furhter process for getting midlet sign one.....



    regards

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    Re: Access Permission

    nicenouman,

    "so i thought i better ask here before getting a certificate. so guys will signing midlet enable the other two options."

    Yes, except on some phones customized to a specific operators (for example Cingular), which might not have the blanket access available as an option or might have some other limitations for untrusted and trusted 3rd party midlets.

    Hartti

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    Re: Access Permission

    i follow this step given in
    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...hlight=signing

    1) Create a RSA key with keytool like:
    keytool -genkey -keyalg RSA .....
    2) Self certificate the key:
    keytool -selfcert .....
    3) Export self certified key:
    keytool -export -file some.cer .....
    4) Send this some.cer to device, save it and adjust trust settings

    but when i see my certificate it shows something like

    The CA root certificate is not trusted. To enable trust install this cartificate in trusted root certification Authorities store


    i can not understand what it was ?....

    and what is the furhter process for getting midlet sign one.....

  9. #9
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    praveen_bluebird, have you had a look at the link I gave? Furthermore, I do not understand your question. Could you try to ask your question in more detail.

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    Re: Access Permission

    hi,

    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...hlight=signing

    1) Create a RSA key with keytool like:
    keytool -genkey -keyalg RSA .....
    2) Self certificate the key:
    keytool -selfcert .....
    3) Export self certified key:
    keytool -export -file some.cer .....
    4) Send this some.cer to device, save it and adjust trust settings

    i follow this step given above

    and i got one certificate file called some.cer
    i got this file in JDK1.5.0_06/bin

    now when i simply open it in my computer

    a small window of certificate opens..and there are three tabs in it....


    On the first tab General

    It shows me something like this

    "The CA root certificate is not trusted. To enable trust install this cartificate in trusted root certification Authorities store"

    i can not understand what it was ?....
    what is trusted root certification Authorities store ?....

    and what is the furhter process for getting midlet sign one.....

    Does it cost anything for midlet sign?....


    please help me ,i am too confuse about the whole midlet sign process

    because without midlet sign my application is useless....



    regards

  11. #11
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    Forget that. Recommended reading:
    – Nokia's Tutorial on Java Signing
    thawte
    VeriSign
    Buy both certificates, no joke, you should go for both. For further information, please, have a seach in the upper left. After that you are welcome back and post your follow-up questions as reply here.

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