My ivy 4.3.20 says it's certificate is expired when starting a RIA application. And I cannot start it without adding an exception.

asked 26.01.2017 at 14:53

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The RIA client certificate on older ivy Versions has expired. On Versions that were released after October 2014 a newer certificate has been used or Timestamping has been used. Timestamping allows the RIA application to live on even after the certificate has expired (approx. until 2023).

Following versions are affected:

  • 4.3.x versions before 4.3.25 (Solution: upgrade to 4.3.25 or later)
  • 5.0.x versions before 5.0.16 (Solution: upgrade to 5.0.16 or later)
  • 5.1.x versions before 5.1.2 (Solution: upgrade to 5.1.2 or later)

For this versions or even older versions it is also possible to add an Exception to the Java configuration as described here:


answered 26.01.2017 at 15:01

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edited 26.01.2017 at 15:02

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