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Maven: Sign jar created by assembly

Posted on 2008-10-15
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Hi,
I want to sign a jar created by the assembly plugin for webstart usage.
At first I though I found the solution by using jar:sign. But apperantly it creates a new jar and signs it instead of using the assembled one.

Is there any way to do this ? (I could use antrun but I'm not really a fan of using ant in maven scripts)
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By lack of answers I used antRun:

<signjar jar="mylib.jar" keystore="${project.basedir}/src/main/resources/jnlp/keystore"                   alias="foo" storepass="${storepass}" />
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