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can anyone help me (to sign an applet on MacOS X) ?

 
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Hi,
I have some permissions problems with an http upload applet I've made, using your libraries.
I can't sign my applet for running it under mac os X.
I tried to sign it with the oldest MacOs 9 signer and with the jdk 1.4.2 (win 2000) signer, but all of this didn't work.
Someone can tell me how can I sign an applet on Mac OS X.

Mozilla (Win 2000) require to accept the same trusted applet ??
thanks by advance,
Bil G.
 
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Hello,
well I hope this link would help you as I made a sign applet and its workinf perfectly so you just see this link http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/Security/Signed/
and try and if you face any problem then do tell .
Thanks
 
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Thank you for this link Jasmine,
But, I've already used this method without success for Mac Os X. It worked only for Mac Os 9.
Don't you know a specific method to sign applet on Mac Os X?
 
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