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Eduardo Rodrigues
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Hi guys!
On the page 26 the MIDP spec states:

How a MIDlet is bound to a specific domain?
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Nart
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Hello,
As far as my understanding of this subject goes, MIDlet suites complying with MIDP 1.0 run in MIDP 2.0 compliant devices in the 'Untrusted Domain',
which is a 'Sandbox' environment that restricts access to protected resources, APIs,...
MIDP 2.0 signed MIDlets, get assigned to some 'Protection Domain' on a MIDP 2.0 compliant device, in a device specific manner.. So as far as i know, a number of 'Trusted' domains could be defined for different MIDlet suites requesting different APIs, using the 'MIDlet-Permissions' entry in the JAD or in the manifest of the JARed App.
If anyone has a better understanding of 'Protection Domains' please explain.
Hope that helps!
Nart
[ February 13, 2004: Message edited by: Nart Seine ]
 
Eduardo Rodrigues
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Thanks!
I found a very good article about security, covers everything that we must know to the test:
http://developers.sun.com/techtopics/mobility/midp/articles/permissions/
Bye
 
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