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China Unicom Java security domains

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Created: hartti (20 Jul 2007)
Last edited: hamishwillee (25 Jul 2013)

In general, China Unicom has disabled many capabilities for untrusted 3rd-party applications, including

  • platformRequest()
  • Network connections
  • Messaging
  • PushRegistry
  • Local connectivity
  • PIM access (read and edit)
  • UniJa 3D Graphics
  • UniJa Standby Mode

There is no trusted 3rd-party domain.

One has to sign the MIDlet with a certificate from China Unicom. This operator domain has full access to all APIs.

There is also a China Unicom testing certificate available, which is valid for 21 days. It is required to apply again when the validity period is exceeded.

This page was last modified on 25 July 2013, at 02:39.
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