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deploying signed jars

 
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Hello
I followed the instructions here http://java.sun.com/products/javawebstart/faq.html#72, but still cannot deploy. I have a test app, that is itself signed and that uses three signed jars. I have created three extension elements right under the <jar href="myjar1.jar"/> to refer to the three jnlp for the separate signed jars.

The problem is I am getting the wrong error. It is saying my syntax is wrong with on my myjar1.jnlp file with the included extension elements. If I remove the extension elements, it proceeds to load and eventually dies when it calls for classes in one of those jars. I am "sure" the syntax of the extension element is right or at least as indicated in the link above. Even if I remove all but one of the extension elements, assuming some type of dtd nesting, it still fails the same way as when all three (n) are in. Can someone please help on this? I have no more resources or clues. tia.
 
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Can you post your full .jnlp file so that we can have a look.

Cheers, Jared.
 
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