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java_jar_files [2010/05/05 08:17]
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java_jar_files [2010/05/22 17:19] (current)
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     * Your JAR file contains an applet that is to be run inside a browser.     * Your JAR file contains an applet that is to be run inside a browser.
     * Your JAR file contains an application that is to be invoked from the command line.     * Your JAR file contains an application that is to be invoked from the command line.
-    * Your JAR file contains code that you want to use as an extension. 
  
-This section will cover the first two situations. ​A separate trail in the tutorial on the extension mechanism covers the use of JAR files as extensions.+This section will cover the first two situations. ​ 
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 +TO sign a jar file you first need to generate a key: 
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 +<​code>​keytool -genkey -keystore artemis -alias signLegal</​code>​
  
 Sign jar files: Sign jar files:
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