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From Robert Anderson <>
Subject Re: SSL keystore export/import with ant tasks.
Date Fri, 30 Oct 2009 15:12:06 GMT
I don't believe there is a way to do this with pure Ant currently. As you
mention, options are exec task or write your own task. The key to writing
your own taks would be to find a java implementation of keytool.

-Rob Anderson

On Mon, Oct 12, 2009 at 11:51 PM, Max Danielsson <> wrote:

> Hi, I've been spending some time migrating most of a building environment
> over to ant to provide a simpler and cross-system building solution for a
> client/server java application and i got kinda stuck at one particular step
> when it comes to creating SSL keys.
> I found the wonderful task Genkey for creating SSL key stores and adding
> certificates into them. This tool was simple enough for me to understand and
> execute, but when it comes to exporting one certificate from one store and
> putting it in another, i can't seem to find any ant task that is suitable
> for my need.
> The current temporary solution is to use the exec task to execute keytools
> to do this for me, something that does work, but isn't the prettiest
> solution. So, for clarity the keytool steps for exporting and importing
> certificates in already existing stores are as follows (And if i'm doing
> something blatantly wrong, please correct me.).
> *keytool -export -keystore -storepass server -alias Server
> -file server.cer
> keytool -import -alias Server -file server.cer -keystore
> -storepass nmsclient
> keytool -export -keystore -storepass client -alias Client
> -file client.cer
> keytool -import -alias Client -file client.cer -keystore
> -storepass server*
> What i'm wondering if it's possible ( That is without creating my own
> custom task ) to do this with an pure ant task.
> Best regards MB-JD.
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