I’m having an issue with CERTivity where the app closes whenever I click the ‘Open KeyStore’ button. (Or use the Ctrl+O or using File -> Open -> Open KeyStore). As soon as I click on the button the app closes.
JDK-8181199 : JRE crashes when JFileChooser.showOpenDialog() is called and the “Godmode” folder is on the DesktopThey all describe the same issue for java 1.8.0_131 in certain conditions, like the existence of a “Godmode” folder or mapped network drive issues. Since this is a bug for the java version – 1.8.0_131-b11 embedded within CERTivity, the fix consists in running CERTivity with an external java 8 with a newer build version than 131. You can specify an external java to use for running CERTivity by editing the configuration file: “C:\Program Files\EduLib\CERTivity 2.0\etc\certivity.conf” and changing the value for “jdkhome” with the location of the external java (JDK or JRE). Restart CERTivity after making this change. An example entry using OpenJDK 8, update 242: jdkhome=”C:\Program Files\AdoptOpenJDK\jdk-8.0.242.08-hotspot”
Being a Java based application, CERTivity could run anywhere where an Oracle JRE is available – this covers a wide range of systems such as Microsoft Windows, Linux, Unix and Mac.
As there are many flavours of hardware, operating systems and versions available it is practically impossible to test each one of these. We have successfully run CERTivity on Micrososft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows 7, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Linux Debian, Linux Ubuntu, Solaris Intel and Mac OS X. Both 32 and 64 bit OS distributions as well as JREs are supported.
CERTivity is a commercial product, which is also offered for Trial for 30 days. The trial registration is fully functional, except limitations on the number of keyStores that can be opened and created during an application instance (run). In order to be able to use a certain version of CERTivity permanently and without any limitation a commercial license is needed.
The license is per number of users and each user can use the software on more machines. If the License Key (File) is for more users, as the file is the same, each user will have to use that file to register the application.
A License Key (File) covers a major version and all its minor upgrades (e.g. 1.0, 1.1, 1.2…, but not 2.0).
Above the fully functional Free 30 Day Trial period to let you fully evaluate CERTivity before you make your purchase decision, in some instances but only within 30 days of purchase, we will, at your request, issue a refund.
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