I have blogged about signing java.net-based Web Start applications and splitting the JNLP files to accomodate jars signed by different certificates. So what happens when you have multiple projects on java.net and want to reuse some of the binaries between their WebStart applications?
I have a few desktop-related projects on java.net, and one of them (Rainbow) is an application that uses binaries...
on Aug 7, 2008
It's common these days to provide a Web Start version of your application that can run on a machine without the need to download the bundle distribution manually. If your application needs special access privileges, you will need to sign your jar file(s) and then ask user to allow installing this application. Here are the basic steps to do the job.
First, you need to create a key store. For this...
on May 20, 2005