12-22-2008 08:33 PM - edited 12-22-2008 08:50 PM
12-23-2008 12:53 AM - edited 12-23-2008 01:00 AM
Backup from JDE/bin folder the following files:
All *.csi files
It is enough.
sigtool.csk and sigtool.db were created in JDE/bin folder when you registered your received csi keys and specified your signing password for the first time during registration process.
If you did not register your received csi files - check this link
SignatureTool.jar is a part of JDE and it will be installed later with JDE.
sigtool.set - is a settings file for SignatureTool.jar, it manages columns width when SignatureTool is running. It is not necessary to backup this file.
12-23-2008 07:40 AM
Thanks for the info. I have already registered the keys via double clicking on them. I am able to use them when signing a pproject with no problem. I cannot locate these twofiles.. sigtool.csk, sigtool.db.
I have looked everywhere. I tryed to use the example you posted and It startsoff saying "The signature tool has already been registered with the signer". If I contiune, I get "unable to register.....because they have exhausted their registration attempts". Again everything works good, I just want to reinstall vista due to some problems and wanting to backup the key files. Thanks for your help.
12-23-2008 07:56 AM
That's very strange.
Usually these files are located in JDE/bin folder.
Have you tried file search on disk? I do not mean windows search - it sometimes does not find files properly.
Try to use for search file manager, for example: Far Manager
To run search click on Alt-F7 in running application.
In general the most important are *.csi files and if .db and *.csk files are lost - you can re-register again.
Just input password you set in the first registration and these files will be created again.
01-02-2009 10:04 AM
02-02-2009 01:15 AM
Hit the Start Menu, type 'cmd' in the search box and hit enter
When at the prompt type:
...then enter, then type:
dir /s sigtool.*
...then enter, and wait... if they exist on your drive, you'll see the full paths.