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Developer
Posts: 39
Registered: ‎07-18-2008
My Device: Not Specified
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Command line signature.

Hi all,

 

I've got a batch file that should launch the signature tool and automatically sign things. It doesn't seem to do the automatic signature. If I pass in:

javaw -jar c:\signaturetool.jar 

 

It launches the signature tool but without the cod files i'd like signed, as expected. So as the documentation suggests I try 'automatic':

 

javaw -jar c:\signaturetool.jar -a -p mypassword

 

This doesn't sign anything, i dont even see the signature tool launch and there are no errors. So I try specifying the directory:

 

javaw -jar c:\signaturetool.jar -a -p mypassword -r c:\myfolderwithapplication

 

Again, no luck, it doesn't seem to launch. Are my semantics wrong?

 

Also, Is there an argument in RAPC that specifies where to place the compiled files?

 

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Developer
Posts: 319
Registered: ‎07-20-2008
My Device: Not Specified

Re: Command line signature.

javaw -jar "<pathtojde>/bin/signaturetool.jar" -a -c -p <password> <codfile>

 

RAPC is always current directory as fas as I know.