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Re: [qftestJUI] Https & Java Web Start

  • Subject: Re: [qftestJUI] Https & Java Web Start
  • From: "Justin Burnham" <jburnham25@?.com>
  • Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2006 09:47:26 -0400
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Greetings Marcos,

I believe that QFTest has fixed its https support in its newest version as of 1.08.6. From the release notes: Applets on secure pages with an URL starting with https are now handled correctly.

If I were you, I would try a demo version of 1.08.6 and see if you can launch the jnlp file using https.
Hope this helps...let me know either way



On 8/30/06, Marcos Fernández Martín <marcosf@?.com> wrote:
I am trying to launch my JAVA application using JAVA Web Start and https instead of http for URL JNLP. I use "Create WebStart SUT client starter" in "Extras" Top Menu Options. I click Next for the first window and for the second window it asks for a stardad URL. The matter is that I paste may https jnlp url but when I click Next and new alert window opens warning that " no https trusted certified found".
My licensed QFTest version is 1.06.2. what can i do?
Thanks. Regards,
    Marcos Fernández  
                                Software Development Engineer
                                LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES
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