Yes, if the connection is lost MyImageUploader will try to resume the upload. If the connection cannot be established the image uploader
will try again to create the connection. The number of attempts is defined in the parameter maxRetries.
The functionality of both editions is the same. The Source Code Edition comes with the binary code
and the Java source code, the Standard Edition only the binary code. The Standard Edition may be installed on only one server.
The Source Code Edition may be installed on any server of your business.
MyImageUploader contains a certificate because the image uploader is a signed applet. MyImageUploader
is a signed applet because only signed applets are allowed to access a local filesystem. In order words
without the certificate the uploader cannot read an image from your disk drive.
The certificate also protects users. By means of the certificate a user can verify the author of the uploader.
Yes, if you have purchased the Source Code Edition you are allowed to make modification for your own usage.
Note that after the modification you need to sign the binary code. This can be done with the tools Jarsigner and Keytool
of the JDK. See for more information: JarSigner