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Webstart & java 6u15+ JCE Code Signing CA not trusted.

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Hello guy's ,

Iv'e got a problems with java 6u15+ , I use some entrust jar's in extention and this jar's are signer by JCE Code Signing CA.
The problems is that Java Web Start did not recognize the certificate has a trusted certificate and my application are not working anymore.

The alert @ the starting said that : " The digital signature was generated with an untested certificate "

This is the details of the certificate :

CN=JCE Code Signing CA,
OU=Java Software Code Signing,
O=Sun Microsystems Inc,
L=Palo Alto,

The only way that I can make my application work is by clearing the folder sun in application data and by not check the " always trust the content from this publisher "

Did you have any ideas for me this is realy painfull and that make all my user to uninstall the version 1.6u15+ of java

Any help will be appreciated !!

christian leclerc
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Well .. this work on java 6u18 ... but I Still got the warning that the certificate is untrusted.
Seem maybe its a certificate problems with Entrust jar's.
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