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encrption and decryption using cipher for Java ME

 
mak zoe
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I am currently working on the encrption and decryption on Java ME
I search the net and found something similar using Java SE
However, the point is that... in Java ME, I can't found a class "keyGenerator" (in startApp)
(I use netbean and it's underlined in red)
What should I do for it? am I missing any unimported class??

The following is the code I am working on,,,
 
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I'm not sure if JCE works on JME, but you have the KeyGenerator import commented out without which the compiler can't know about the class.

If JCE does not work on JME, check out the BouncyCastle API - it has a version that runs on JME.
 
mak zoe
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:I'm not sure if JCE works on JME, but you have the KeyGenerator import commented out without which the compiler can't know about the class.

If JCE does not work on JME, check out the BouncyCastle API - it has a version that runs on JME.


I comment it out as it is not found in the library.

I tried BouncyCastle... but it requires signning...
 
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This may help: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/library/wi-secure/, although the fact that there is no JCE provider for JME by BouncyCastle indicates that there may be other problems. The BC lightweight API may be your best hope.
 
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