You'd have to sign your jar files; the easiest way would be to use a self signed certificate:
If you plan on using a trusted certificate the steps are almost the same except you'd need to export your certificate request and a CA (e.g. thawte) must issue you a trusted certificate which will cost money.
Hi Christian !
I have JRE 7 update 25.
As per your link, I have completed first 3 steps successfully, but 4 step i.e. sign the jar, show error that jarsigner.exe is not a recognised command. I have checked that jarsigner.exe was not therein.
Is it version problem, as your link was quite old i.e. year 2006 ?
Please guide me again.
The jarsigner isn't bundled with the JRE; so you'd need to install a JDK or use the JDK bundled with your forms installation. The version shouldn't matter as signing jar files didn't change. If you already have installed a JDK I guess the bin directory isn't in your path; try accessing jarsigner with a full path.
I had the same problem, and signed all the jars (even the bundled frmall.jar and webutil.jar) with sign_webutil.bat
This bat comes with the oracle installation.
I still receive errors in the console like
Missing Permissions manifest attribute for: http://ovid001:7001/forms/java/frmall.jar
Missing Codebase manifest attribute for: http://ovid001:7001/forms/java/frmall.jar
but it works anyway.