12.15.2010 08:18 PM
Our company administrator purchased a certificate (.cer file) from Geotrust and I am trying to get our application signed using the Samsung SDK 1.2.2. After I import the certificate and attempt to sign the application I get an err 'The keystore does not conatin a private key associated with the alias'.
Any advice? Thanks.
12.16.2010 02:15 PM
12.16.2010 09:17 PM
GeoTrust support indicated that ...
Clifford C: If you purchased it through AT&T, you will have to contact them for support.
Clifford C: Yes, we issue the certificate associated to their signing services as well
Clifford C: But support will have to come from AT&T
Clifford C: I do apologize but that would not be correct because AT&T has specific processes with their signing procedures.
Clifford C: Unfortunately they do not disclose that information to us and only they can support their signing services.
12.21.2010 01:07 PM
Some success. We determined that my administrator could not just send me the .cer and have me import it and use it in my SDK. Instead I sent the jad/jar over to the administrator and had him sign the application by importing the .cer he created within his SDK. That apparently worked as the application gets signed successfully.
However once I try to install the application I get a 'Certificate Error'. Another post in this Community hints on GeoTrust certificates causing devices like the Samsung Rugby II and Strive to reboot. I, too am using the Rugby II. Any advice is appreciated.
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