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Weblogic - JNDI Datasource Lookup Issues

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I have an applet that attempts to do a JNDI lookup on a given data source and then once the data source is found use the associated db connection.

Here is my code:

I have created a jar file from this class and signed it. I need some classes in the weblogic.jar and wlthint3client.jar archives so I signed those as well.

When I run the using the applet viewer (C:\Work\Applet_Test\viewer>appletviewer -J-classpath -Jweblogic.jar;wlthint3client.jar t.html) I get the following exception:

When I run from a browser I accept the certificate and the applet just hangs where the InitialContext is instantiated.

This seems to be security related but having signed my jars I don't know what else it could be looking for.

Any ideas?


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