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Hi
I have one midlet which actually connect to servlet, and I impelmented the bouncy castle API for authentication using RootCertificate and ClientCertificate.
When we start request from MIDlet to servlet, midlet creates a timestamp and a random number, signs them, and sends all of the following information to the server:
Server Throws an following Error
java.security.cert.CertificateException: Cannot determine encoding format
Please have any information.
Thanks and Regards
Tapan Paul
 
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