They are separate certificate.
SSL is for HTTPS where the EBS link will become https://xxxxx.
JAR signing is Java Code signing. It is about eliminating the security warning when you open EBS Oracle forms.
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No. SSL uses certificates stored in Oracle Wallet, signing jars uses adgenky (keystore). The only similarity is you can use the same server cert for both.
Thank you BlakGeek for the information.
After implementing SSL, one notable change we can observer is the change in URL(https, instead of http).
How about signing JAR files, what actually happens when we do this activity?
It is about signing JAR files. You will need to generate a certificate request, give it to a 3rd party, and then import it to the keystore. After this, you run adadmin to re-generate all JAR files and re-bounce the EBS.
I believe the major benefits seen by end user of JAR signing is to eliminate the security warning when you open EBS Oracle forms.