Notes on Reference Citations - Version 2.70, by Dr. Herong Yang
How to convert keystore (from native android project) to .p12 to use with AIR project?
'Converting KeyStore Files to PKCS12 Files' tutorial was cited in an Adobe forum post in 2012.
The Converting KeyStore Files to PKCS12 Files tutorial was cited in an Adobe forum post in 2012.
Subject: How to convert keystore (from native android project) to .p12 to use with AIR project? Date: Aug 25, 2012 Author: Colin Holgate Source: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1055256 > Due to the advancements with adobe AIR, I'm really excited to be > finishing up a HUGE update of an old project that was originally > made with native android. > > But, i've hit a brick wall with 2 issues, and it would be terrible > if all the work i've done in AIR was for nothing... > > First, how do I convert the keystore I previously used (from native > android project) to .p12 to use with AIR project? (on a mac) > > Second, how do I remove the "air." that gets automatically appended > onto the front my android package name? I plan to use a captive > runtime, so it's not really needed at all, and I can't upload it > like this as an update because it will think it's a different app. > > Please help so I can continue using air for all my projects from now > on! JDK has a tool that can convert a keystone to P12. I haven't used it, but try reading this page: http://www.herongyang.com/PKI /Digital-Signature-Convert-KeyStore-File-to-PKCS12-File.html Here is an article on how to remove the air. prefix: http://helpx.adobe.com/air/kb/opt-out-air-application-analytics.html
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