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Hi all,
I would be gratefull if some one could help me to sign my applet in order to be able to run on netscape browser or on the plug-in environment.
I have run my applet successfully on appletviewer. It is may be difficult to help me to run it on netscape as Iam using swing set so I need to sign it for netscape 6. I have searched alot but no documentations for this version of netscape. I have tried to follow the version 4 documentation hoping that it is the same as 6,but no way... I have failed.
Now I have found that may be it is better to run in on the plug-in independent of the browser although this way has a disadvantage of unability to distribute my certificate.
Note that Iam in a testing phase,and I don't care about the way some one is going to specify. I need only to run my applet on Netscape 6 regardless of any thing.
Thanks in advance.
Jimi.
 
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