Great article about J2ME signing problems
Submitted By: nicolai
In the beginning of J2ME, it was decided that applications should be signed by a trusted authority or the user would be prompted to grant access to sensitive APIs. Practically, this meant that J2ME developers had to buy a signing certificate from somebody like Verisign or Thawte, costing about $500 for an unlimited number of signatures per year. Or you could upload your own self-made certificates to your handset for development purposes. David Hayes wrote an excellent tutorial on the subject.
Posted by: cdrates on Monday, November 02, 2009
great article, thanks for the link!
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