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posted by pascal bertrand at Jan 11, 2006 12:22 PM
You must change the Src/LS-Adapter/So6-Adapter/resources/security/keystore certificate before compiling. You need it signed by an authority valid for java webstart.

Build your own certificate with keytool in the jre or another x509 tool. Get an authority sign it. Replace the distribution certificate. Re-build. Re-deploy. And your done. I don't know if java web start is updating its authority certificate or if it own any by default, check and add the authority certificate if needed.

posted by Guest at Jan 11, 2006 12:22 PM
I mean is there another possibility than choosing to always accept the invalid certificate?

Or can I just ignore this, because its not a problem.

posted by Guest at Jan 11, 2006 12:22 PM

I am using Windows XP and Internet Explorer 6. When I am in the So6Queue workspace of my LibreSource project and I click on commit/update, I receive always a dialog box, asking me if I want to save or open the .jnlp file. Is there a way to avoid this?

After I choose open I am getting a Warning - Security dialog box, complaining, that the publisher authenticity can not be verified.

Is there a way provide valid certificates?

Has this todo with LibreSource or with the web server installation?

Thank you, Rüdiger