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Signed Applet

 
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Halo ,
now I am trying to develope an applet, but i face some problem which is the applet need to grant some permission...
Since applet will put on the network for testing purpose, i dont want edit the policy file for each computer on the network, so i wanna ask how to grant permission from applet so let the user grant permission ? which mean will prompt out message when user open the applet..
I read through many article but me quite confuse... whether the applet must get cert from CA to do that ? or can sign by myself?
Please tell me how to do the comfirm box can auto prompt out when user open the applet.
Thanks for reply.
 
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Hello ,
Well for making a signed applet you can self sign an applet and you have to grant permission in java.policy file of your server and when it would work properly, and as far as I ahev seen most of the signed applets are self sign as I myself mad a signed applet for our users and I realised it is not necessary that applet should be authenticate by the CA or verisign.
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Jasmine kaur
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Hello,
Please see this link You can see the following links for refernces.
http://www.ryerson.ca/~dgrimsha/courses/cps530/securityIntor2.html
http://java.sun.com/products/jdk/1.2/docs/tooldocs/win32/policytool.html#Introduction
and it would be very helpful for u and for further queries please do ask.
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Shuang mu
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Thanks for the answer, i get what i need..=)
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