jnlp sign expired

Posted on 2009-04-28
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Last Modified: 2013-11-23

hello there,

i have an jnlp application which i need to sign before putting it on the server to be used.everytime i used to sign the jar file it used to say,the sign will expire after 6 months.atlast since yesterday it says the sign has expired,then for test purpose i used that jar and it worked in jnlp application.is it alright if i continue to use my old key to sign or i need to again sign all the jar files i am using in my application with a new key.is there any software or application i can use to sign all the jar files.i have around 20 jar files and it becomes a tediuos job to sign all these jars.please help

Question by:zolf
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Expert Comment

ID: 24257383
its ok to use an expired cert
I'd suggest using any to build and sign your jar(s)


Author Comment

ID: 24257392

I'd suggest using any to build and sign your jar(s)

can you please give me the script.if you dont mind
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you'll need to crete the build script yourself as it will be specific to your project. not that hard, and will save you time in the long run.


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