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Setting keyStore and keyStorePassword...

john price
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Joined: Feb 24, 2011
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The only way my program runs is if I A. Run it from the command line (not an option because of users) or B. Put System.setProperty(...) in the start of main. If I put the System.setProperty's in the very beginning of the code (but not the "main" method), I get this error :


I need to put these System.setProperty's later because I will not be including these in my code. The user will have a field to type this in. My program will take this information and stick it in the setProperty section as appropriate.
Here is when it is okay and I get no errors (It runs perfectly) :


I get the errors if I do this :

I also tried (and got the same errors for) :


This also gave me the same error (Which I spent a bit of time on ) :



How can I make this work?
Thanks,
cc11rocks


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