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Very Urgents - Regarding certificates

 
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Hi,
I am developing a chat applet. A certificate is created for this singned jar file using JRE1.2. This is the clinet certificate which will installed at the client. Now i have a problem. If the Client has JRE1.3, i notice that though it says Certificate installed successfully, the certificate doesn't take effect. But it works fine if the JRE version at the client is 1.2. I would like to know a couple of things.
1. Can i create 2 certificates for the same jar file, ie one in JRE1.2 and other in JRE1.3, so that i can give different certificates to clients with different JRE's ?
2. If i create a certificate with JRE1.3 will it take into effect on systems with JRE1.2 ?
If both these questions have negative answers, what do i do?
Please help me out, its very urgent. I am counting on u JavaRanchers.
Kindest regards
..saj
 
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