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Japster24
Level 6

Sign lax.jar

Is it legal to sign lax.jar with our company certificate?

I'm running into an issue when trying to run the LaunchAnywhere application with signed jar's in the classpath.

java.lang.SecurityException: class “XYZ”'s signer information does not match signer information of other classes in the same package


source: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1339787/java-lang-securityexception-class-xyzs-signer-information-does-not-match-sign

The only two solutions I've found are:
1) don't sign any of our jar's that go into the classpath
2) sign the lax.jar (which is an installanywhere file in the root program file folder of IA 2011)

Ideas?
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pv7721
Level 20

IMHO no, but you should be asking IA support this kind of "legal" question.
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Japster24
Level 6

I'm curious how other people are working around this. I'm sure someone else is delivering signed jar files and wanting to run them with InstallAnywhere? I can't be the first person to have run into this issue?

Anyone else??
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