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Hi All,

Can any body tell me why we make our midlet to Signing Midlet. How we make a Signing Midlet using WTK 2.2. I trying to make it from WTK 2.2 utilities but I failed to make a signing midlet and unable to fetch the certificate.

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Maddi
 
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Hi,

1-Firt part of your question
Nothing .It's a way to say that your application is trusted.With some handset, have a trusted midlet prevent to have some dialog of connection.

2-Firt part of your question
It is easy to sign your midlet with WTK 2.2.
Go to the "Edit" menu et choose "Preference".Choose the onglet Security et choose trusted.It simulates only a trusted midlet.

PS:Your application into the phone must be trusted by a organism such as Twaste or Versign etc...

OULD NADIF
 
Maddi Ranjan
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Thanks for ur help, now its working
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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