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Passing secure properties

Joe Busch

Joined: Jan 07, 2005
Posts: 12
I know I can use the <property name="" value=""/> element in the jnlp file to pass properties. However, if these are to be secure properties that I want to protect, what other ways can I pass them to the application? Keep in mind that I may have to change the properties often.

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subject: Passing secure properties
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