I have to package Oracle Jinitiator 1.3.1.30. Can it be repackaged as an msi (considering this is an Oracle package). Also, the security warning to accept the certificate "Always" needs to be selected the first time it comes up. Does any body know if this value goes to registry or a file? Will this setting be applied at the system level or user level?

Thanks, Jim.
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No problem with repackaging it to msi.

As we only allow a user profile limit of 30 mb we encounter a problem with the Jinitiator cache being set to 50mb by default in the user profile

we get around this by running a script with active setup that updates the "Properties12130" file in the c:\documents and settings\username\.jinit folder. You need to update the line starting with jarcache.derectory to a directory of you choosing
Answered 12/03/2010 by: timmsie
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Yes, I looked at the Package Knowledge Base.
Ok. How can the security warning screen to accept certificates be suppressed without the user having to select "Accept Always"?
Answered 12/03/2010 by: jimcox
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I repackaged it as an msi, but the security warning to accept certificates pops up. We want to accept the certificate always built in to the package. What is setting (file or registry)?
Answered 12/08/2010 by: jimcox
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Hi Jim,

Does the application contains add-ons/Plugons installed? If you want to solve this issue try this action - Open internet -> Tools -> Internet Option -> Advanced. You would see security certificates indicated with the checkboxes. Probably this are regsitries that need to be add to the package.
Answered 12/10/2010 by: Rameioj
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