Unifix knowledge database - The original oneDashboard - News - Search - List - About - Admin
Creating trusted certificate for Java JSSE
First, take the unencrypted file certificate.pfx (used on the server), and chop it up into key and PEM encoded certificate: # openssl pkcs12 -in certificate.pfx -nodes -out certificate.key -nocerts # openssl pkcs12 -in certificate.pfx -nodes -out certificate.pem -nokeys Edit the certificate.key and certificate.pem files, remove the garbage before the actual key and cerfiticate. Combine the key and certificate to a new encrypted pkcs12 file: # openssl pkcs12 -export -in certificate.pem -inkey certificate.key -name "friendlyname" -out certificate.p12 Enter the new password. Using Java Keytool, export the certificate from the pkcs12 file. # keytool -export -keystore certificate.p12 -storetype pkcs12 -alias friendlyname -file server.cer Import the certificate into a Java Key Store as a trusted certificate: # keytool -import -keystore jssecacerts.jks -alias friendlyname -file server.cer Enter something as keystore password and type "yes" to trust the certificate.
Dashboard - News - Search - List - About - Admin
Powered by Mikjaer Consulting Solutions - Hosted by Specialhosting.dk