5 Replies Latest reply: Jun 17, 2010 6:27 PM by EJP RSS

    Sign Applet

    843811
      Hi all
      I am new in java programing.
      I made program (some graphics and textfields and buttons , xml ) and i can't open it in IE.( it works ok in NetBeans)
      So my bet is that i need to create signed applet. I was reading tutorials how to do that, but still i was unable to do that.
      here is my program: http://jump.fm/SCMEM
      can somebody help me create certificate for this program ?
      I hope some on can spend some time to help me.
        • 1. Re: Sign Applet
          EJP
          I was reading tutorials how to do that, but still i was unable to do that.
          How far did you get? Which step caused you a problem?
          • 2. Re: Sign Applet
            843811
            http://java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/Programming/JDCBook/signed.html
            not much, step 2.
            i don't understand how to do that...
            • 3. Re: Sign Applet
              EJP
              Err, step 2 is create a JAR file.

              Your IDE will normally do that. Otherwise see the Javadoc for the, guess what, JAR utility.
              • 4. Re: Sign Applet
                843811
                well, i found package name jar file, is this what i need ?
                i guess is to difficult to make signed applet for me.. because i can't understand how to do that (because of wak programming and English knowledge).
                • 5. Re: Sign Applet
                  EJP
                  well, i found package name jar file, is this what i need ?
                  No. As I already said, you need the JAR-creating ability of your IDE, or the [JAR tool|http://java.sun.com/javase/6/docs/technotes/tools/windows/jar.html].
                  i guess is to difficult to make signed applet for me.
                  Any Java programmer must (a) know what a JAR file is and (b) be able to create one with the JAR tool.
                  because i can't understand how to do that (because of wak programming and English knowledge).
                  It has more to do with failure to follow up the information I gave you, or indeed do any proper research at all.