Does anyone have an example of implementation of Google Maps on android?
Every example I find on the Internet does not.
Check this one.
Watch this one
Try these sample too :
@Yksh.Leo all those post are deprecated Just FYI.
@BerayBentesen its code of me the following error:
No -tsa or -tsacert is provided and this jar is not timestamped. Without a timestamp, users may not be able to validate this jar after the signer certificate's expiration date (2045-10-18) or after any future revocation date.
You know how to solve this problem ? Please ?
The recent Java versions provides a (courtesy?) warning about something which has been in place for a decade...
Trusted Timestamping was introducing in Java 5 (2004). The motivation was so that developers would not be forced "to re-sign deployed JAR files annually" when the certificates expired.
A URL-based Time Stamp Authority (TSA) is usually provided by the issuing Certificate Authority (CA) to work with the same certificates the CA issued. For example, the digicert tsa url can be access as follows:
jarsigner -tsa http://timestamp.digicert.com -keystore my keystore myjar.jar myalias
Time stamping with self-signed certificate may be an elusive goal since
1. a TSA timestamp needs to be an trusted arms-length transaction (which rules out "self timestamping"),
2. typical TSA URLs are setup to work with the certificates provided by the same CA organization (i.e. the TSA URL does not process a self-signed certificate)
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