10-06-2008 09:28 AM
I'm trying to move my code signing keys from a machine with JDE 4.2.1 to a different machine running JDE 4.1.0.
Is this possible? I copied over my sigtool.csk and sigtool.db files. But, when I try to sign a .cod file, it gives me a password error - and, I know that the password is correct.
Sure, I could generate a new key pair and pay $20 to get signing keys for it, but I should be able to copy my keys around, right?
Has anyone else been able to successfully copy their signing keys to another machine? I need to downgrade from JDE 4.2.1 to 4.1.0 - are keys not backwards-compatible across JDE versions and their corresponding SignatureTool.jar's?
Help, please! :-)
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10-06-2008 01:26 PM
10-06-2008 07:01 PM
Thanks for responding, Mark. So, if I want to be able to sign from two separate machines, I need to pay for two sets of keys? Okay, not great, but at $20/ea, it's not unreasonable.
11-10-2008 12:37 AM
i still waiting for this question... i have 2 desktop computers (at home and office) and 1 laptop.., if i paid $20, does it mean that i should coding on one of our desktop or laptop ?, if i paid for my laptop, does it mean that i can't keep my works on desktop computers ? $20 is a lot for me ...
11-10-2008 01:37 AM
does it mean that i have to buy all (code signing keys) for each different computers/pc ?
i am looking this information at developer knowledge base, and i can't find it... do you have refference url about this
11-10-2008 06:03 AM
11-17-2009 02:27 AM
I just received my set of key from RIM, and installed them on the machine in my Office. On I'd like to do singing thing at Home, can I simply copy the following files in JDE bin
to home to use the signing tool from Home. is that behavior supported by RIM, or will RIM block my key for I'm doing this? Thanks
04-07-2011 12:11 PM
I wish we can have a single key for several developers and attach it to the project ...