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~Arnold Chuluvitchoden 8.Dec.03 06:57 AM a Web browser
Toolkits 6.0.1 CF2 Windows 2000

I have two domains, one is development domain (/ABC) and other one is production domain(/XYZ).
Both domains have one Domino.doc server 3.1 chinese and the server locale are "Chinese (Taiwan)".
In development environment,
I copied one set of domdoc.ntf and filecab.ntf, changed the design
and rename these two templates to atdomdoc.ntf and atfilecab.ntf.
When I deployed these two files to production, I use "new copy" to copy these two files to local and choose
"template only" and unchecked the ACL check box. Then I used "new copy" again from local to production
domino. When I wanted to use administrator to sign these files in production, it had an error that
"An invalid Cross Certificate was found for subject: /ABC. The public keys do not match. The cause
of this is either a corrupted Cross Centificate or an attack. Please nofity your administrator."
When I used Notes Client to create domino.doc library which is based on these two templates, all file cabinet and document type cannot be shown
from the list. However, when I used domino designer to open the template, I can view all of them.

How can I solve this problem please ?

P.S. The OS of both server are Window2000 server

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