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Dmitry.Obukhov  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, August 24, 2010 3:34:58 PM(UTC)
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Our current certificate used to sign our products (Image Uploader Dual, Video Uploader, and File Downloader) was expired on August 28, 2010. The problem applies to all our customers who use standard builds signed with the Aurigma certificate. If you do not update the certificate, every time your users open your upload page they will get the error message in Java-enabled browsers (Firefox, Chrome, etc.) stating that your certificate has been expired. Nevertheless, if they press the “Run” button on the pop-up Image Uploader will start working.

There will be no problems with Image Uploader ActiveX version, your current application will work okay.

To update your certificate, please follow the steps depending on your version of Image Uploader:
  • Image Uploader 6.x
    If you use Image Uploader embedding JavaScripts library, you should:
    • download Image Uploader 6 SDK from our site and unpack it;
    • replace your old ImageUploader6.jar, ImageUploader6.cab , and iuembed.js files with new ones on your site;
    • set the javaAppletVersion property to 6.5.19.0 and the activeXControlVersion property to 6,5,19,0:
      Code:
      
      …
      iu.javaAppletVersion = "6.5.19.0";
      iu.activeXControlVersion = "6,5,19,0";
      …
      
    If Image Uploader is embedded using the Image Uploader ASP.NET Control:
    • download Image Uploader 6 SDK from our site and unpack it;
    • replace your Aurigma.ImageUploader.dll with new one.
    To update Image Uploader embedded using PHP library:
    • download Image Uploader 6 SDK from our site and unpack it;
    • just replace the ImageUploaderPHP/ folder with a new one.
  • Image Uploader 5.x
    • download Image Uploader 5.8 SDK from our site and unpack it;
    • replace your old ImageUploader5.jar, ImageUploader5.cab, and iuembed.js files with new ones on your site;
    • set the javaAppletVersion property to 5.8.1.0 and the activeXControlVersion property to 5,8,1,0:
      Code:
      
      …
      iu.javaAppletVersion = "5.8.1.0";
      iu.activeXControlVersion = "5,8,1,0";
      …
      
  • Image Uploader 4.xIf you still use Image Uploader 4.x, you should replace your ImageUploader2.jar file on your site with the one signed with new certificate. You can download it from our site: Image Uploader 4.x certificate.
For all versions:
If you set javaAppletCached to true new Java applet would not be able to run because Java applets with old certificate were stored in the cache. There are two ways to resolve this problem.
The first one is disabling Java applet caching feature. To implement it you need to set javaAppletCached property to false:
Code:
iu.javaAppletCached = false;

Another way is to ask your clients to clear Java cache on their machines following these steps:
  1. Open Java Plug-in Control Panel. Depending on the platform, it can be found in different locations:
    - Windows: Control Panel -> Java Plug-in
    - Macintosh: Applications -> Utilities -> Java -> Java1.x Plug-in Settings
    - Linux: Preferences -> Java
  2. Click the General tab and open Settings.
  3. Click Delete files to clear all cached applets.

Edited by moderator Tuesday, August 21, 2012 8:40:20 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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Dmitry Obukhov
Technical Support. Aurigma, Inc.
david.tacker  
#2 Posted : Wednesday, August 25, 2010 3:38:05 AM(UTC)
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Dmitry.Obukhov wrote:
  • set the javaAppletVersion property to 6.5.6.0 and the activeXControlVersion property to 6,5,6,0:
    Code:
    
    …
    iu.javaAppletVersion = "6.5.6.0";
    iu.activeXControlVersion = "6,5,6,0";
    …
    


Where does one do this?
Dmitry.Obukhov  
#3 Posted : Wednesday, August 25, 2010 7:54:43 PM(UTC)
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Hello David,

If you use Image Uploader JavaScript library, you will be able to find these properties in the source code of the page where you have embedded Image Uploader.

If you use the Image Uploader ASP.NET Control or PHP library, you will not need to change it. You should replace your Aurigma.ImageUploader.dll with new one for ASP.NET or replace the ImageUploaderPHP/ folder with new one for PHP library.

Edited by user Monday, August 30, 2010 9:25:09 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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Dmitry Obukhov
Technical Support. Aurigma, Inc.
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