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Hello all,
I have some Signed Jar files.Now I have to insert my own jar file into the already existing jar files .Obviously my Jar file is not signed so it will not work.
I dont have the signature used to sign the existing jar files
Is there any way that i can sign my jar file using the existing jar files?
Is there any other way?


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Hi,

If you can't use the credentials of the already signed jar files on your own jar, then you can still make this work. You will need to use the extension clause in your jnlp as many times as necessary (each time for a jar file signed with a different signature). Have a search around for this clause and I am sure it will make sense.

Cheers, Jared.
 
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