You can specify which keystore to use by starting the app like this (where mySrvKeystore is a file name or path):
But it'll be easier in the long run to install the certificate into the system-wide keystore; then you don't need to specify it any time you need to use it because then it'll be found and used automatically.
posted 12 years ago
are these correct:
- when certificates are created, there are 3 created: # Identity certificate # Root certificate # Intermediate certificate
- a PKCS #12 file, is the same as a jks file, but in a different format and the certificates are loaded into the PKCS #12 file or the jks file
- the certificate that is loaded into the jks is the root certificate
- whats the difference between a keyStore and a trustore?
I think I'll just lie down here for a second. And ponder this tiny ad: