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I am looking into running our webstart client without having to sign the jars.
My main problem is that i get an access denied error when i try to read a system property that i have defined in my jnlp file, despite the fact that it says here
http://java.sun.com/products/javawebstart/1.2/docs/developersguide.html
that an unsigned webstart client has:
Limited access to system properties. The application has read/write access to all system properties defined in the JNLP File, as well as read-only access to the same set of properties than an Applet has access to.
i do not really know how to progress from here
sincerely
Morten Wilken
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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