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applet contains both signed and unsigned

Pat Peg
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I finaly signed and deployed my applet but I get a message that tells me my code contains both signed and unsigned parts and I still get the yellow caution triangles. What should I be looking at to fix this. The end user is using 1_17 but my jdk is 1_16. Could this be causing the problem.
Ulf Dittmer
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Does the applet maybe consist of more than one jar file? Or are there loose class file still lying around in the deployment directory?

The different JDK versions shouldn't make a difference with this.


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Pat Peg
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Yep-those older class files were still in the director but when I removed them the applet stopped working.
Ulf Dittmer
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Loose class files are by definition unsigned, so you need to remove them. What error message are you getting once you do that? Maybe not all class files are in the jar file(s)?
Pat Peg
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Not getting any messages-just not getting the app to show up at all-I'll double check it.
 
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