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J2ME and Bouncycastle

 
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Hi all,

I'm using bc API to create a X509Certificate object.

In my case, I have a byte array that is the certificate, but I don't find a way to create the X509Cretificate object corresponding to the byte array.



This is Java standard code: J2ME does not have CertificateFactory and X509Certificate classes.

How can I obtain the same result by using the light bouncycastle APIs?
 
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