[9] RFR:8130360: Add tests to verify 3rd party security providers if they are in signed/unsigned modular JARs

Sibabrata Sahoo sibabrata.sahoo at oracle.com
Sun Jan 3 07:48:03 UTC 2016


Updated the bug title and description.

Thanks,
Siba

-----Original Message-----
From: Wang Weijun 
Sent: Sunday, January 03, 2016 1:02 PM
To: Sibabrata Sahoo
Cc: Mandy Chung; Valerie Peng; jigsaw-dev at openjdk.java.net; OpenJDK
Subject: Re: [9] RFR:8130360: Add tests to verify 3rd party security providers if they are in signed/unsigned modular JARs

Then you don't need to include the "signed/unsigned" words in the bug description.

--Max

> On Jan 3, 2016, at 2:30 PM, Sibabrata Sahoo <sibabrata.sahoo at oracle.com> wrote:
> 
> Hi Max,
> 
> The test is for verifying 3rd party security provider in classpath/modulepath. I am using an empty provider to check, if the provider can be found during runtime when the bundle provided through classpath/modulepath with different modular type combination. As the provider is empty, I think this is unnecessary to sign the bundle.
> 
> Even the same comment[1] was also provided by "Valerie" few days ago and the comment was addressed with this webrev,
> 
> [1] I think it's somewhat misleading to use the term JCE here as what you are testing here is just security provider loading. JCE is more about security providers supporting export-controlled services/algorithms. Since your provider is just an empty one, I don't think u need to sign it (again, it's only for JCE providers).
> 
> Thanks,
> Siba



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