Re-signed Java applets for Domino

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Abstract

The signature on some Java applets in IBM Lotus® Domino 6.x and Domino 7.0.x expired on 18 May 2006. An Interim Fix is available which re-signs the applets.

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This document provides the location to an Interim Fix which addresses errors that can occur due to the expiration of the signature on several Java applets in IBM® Lotus® Domino® 6.x and Domino 7.0.x. This Interim Fix uses the Domino Hotfix installer. Please refer to the following technote for details on the issue. Security certificate expiration messages generated from Domino applets Doc # 1238081 URL: http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21238081 To obtain the Fix, go to the Download Package section below and select the FTP link matching your Domino release and operating system. Refer to the Installation Instructions section for the steps to install the Fix. Due to the broad and urgent nature of this problem, we are making fixes available publicly as Interim Fixes for a broader number of releases than our normal hot fix policy. If you already have a Hotfix on your Domino server, or if your Domino server release and operating system are not listed, please refer to technote #1238081 and contact IBM Lotus Support. Once you apply this Interim Fix, future Hotfixes you request from IBM Suppport must include the applets from this Fix.

Prerequisites

The Domino release and operating system must be listed in the table below.

URL LANGUAGE SIZE(Bytes)
Link to Technote #1238081 English 1

Installation Instructions

Installing the re-signed Java applets in Domino What issue does this Fix solve?: ******** The certificate for some Java applets in Lotus® Domino 6.x and Domino 7.0.x expired on 18 May 2006. After that date, Web users will see a dialog with a message similar to one of the following when loading a Web page that contains a Java applet from the Domino server: "The digital signature was generated with a trusted certificate but has expired or is not yet valid." "The security certificate has expired or is not yet valid." This Fix contains re-signed Java applets. Steps to install the Fix: ******** 1. Download the zip file applicable to your Domino server release and operating system. 2. Unzip the file to any directory. 3. Review the readme.txt file that was contained in the zip file. 4. Run the executable that was contained in the zip file.

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Download RELEASE DATE LANGUAGE SIZE(Bytes) Download Options
6.0.2 CF2 W32 6/4/2006 Language Independent 847872 FTP
6.0.5 W32 6/4/2006 Language Independent 3774464 FTP
6.5.3 FP1 W32 6/4/2006 Language Independent 3755008 FTP
6.5.3 Linux 6/4/2006 Language Independent 3443712 FTP
6.5.3 W32 6/4/2006 Language Independent 3755008 FTP
6.5.4 i5/OS 6/4/2006 Language Independent 3559424 FTP
6.5.4 W32 6/4/2006 Language Independent 3774464 FTP
6.5.4 FP1 W32 6/4/2006 Language Independent 3774464 FTP
6.5.4 FP2 i5/OS 6/4/2006 Language Independent 3559424 FTP
6.5.4 FP2 W32 6/4/2006 Language Independent 3774464 FTP
6.5.4 FP3 i5/OS 6/4/2006 Language Independent 3559424 FTP
6.5.4 FP3 W32 6/4/2006 Language Independent 3775488 FTP
6.5.5 AIX 6/4/2006 Language Independent 4501504 FTP
6.5.5 i5/OS 6/4/2006 Language Independent 3559424 FTP
6.5.5 Linux 6/4/2006 Language Independent 3428352 FTP
6.5.5 W32 6/4/2006 Language Independent 3775488 FTP
6.5.5 FP1 W32 6/4/2006 Language Independent 3736576 FTP
7.0 i5/OS 6/4/2006 Language Independent 8608768 FTP
7.0 W32 6/4/2006 Language Independent 8367104 FTP
7.0.1 AIX 6/4/2006 Language Independent 9600000 FTP
7.0.1 i5/OS 6/4/2006 Language Independent 8585216 FTP
7.0.1 Linux 6/4/2006 Language Independent 7571456 FTP
7.0.1 W32 6/4/2006 Language Independent 8344576 FTP

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More support for:

Lotus End of Support Products
Lotus Domino

Software version:

6.0.2.2, 6.0.5, 6.5.3, 6.5.3.1, 6.5.4, 6.5.4.1, 6.5.4.2, 6.5.4.3, 6.5.5, 6.5.5.1, 7.0, 7.0.1

Operating system(s):

AIX, Linux, Solaris, Windows, i5/OS, z/OS

Reference #:

4012408

Modified date:

2010-03-11

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