Digitally signing a J2ME application so that it runs in Operator domain

Discussion in 'Java' started by O S, Mar 6, 2004.

  1. O S

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    We are supplying a J2ME (Java) application to a mobile network
    operator. We need it to be digitally signed so that it runs in the
    Operator domain (as opposed to the Trusted Third Party, Manufacturer
    or Untrusted domains). Can someone tell me the process for doing
    this?

    If there is a seperate process for each phone manufacturer, has anyone
    gone through this process with Motorola, SonyEricsson or Nokia? What
    are the details?

    If the mobile operator needs to perform the process, that is fine, but
    I still need to understand what they need to do.

    Thanks.
     
    O S, Mar 6, 2004
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