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From cesarAugusto <>
Subject Re: Use a keystore in java application
Date Wed, 28 Jan 2009 13:50:44 GMT

I'm also a little confused with this subject, but my intention is connect to
an existing websebservice, I have a certificate from the owner of the
webservices, and I have my java application deployed in a web sphere
community edition, my concrete question is if I need to configure a keystore
in the application server (Web Sphere C.E) to establish communication with
that existing webservice?. 
I have a keystore with the certificate of my werservice provider, Can I use
this keystore to establish this communication?

thanks in advance.

djencks wrote:
> Sorry, I'm confused.  Are you trying to expose a web service and need  
> to set up a https connector using this certificate or are you trying  
> to connect to an existing webservice that requires client certificate  
> authentication?
> I assume since you mention wasce that you are using geronimo- 
> tomcat.... which was ce version are you using?
> thanks
> david jencks
> On Jan 27, 2009, at 1:27 PM, cesarAugusto wrote:
>> Hi, everybody,
>> I formed a keystore from keystore configuration of was ce.
>> I log me in for administrative console, in
>> console navigation
>> -Security
>> --keystores.
>> I created a keystore named testKS in this I import a certificate and  
>> create
>> a private key.
>> I need to establish a communication with a WebService published over  
>> https,
>> normally I use instruction like
>> // path to the JKS which contains the public cert of the server
>> 				System.setProperty("","path");
>> // store password of the above JKS
>> System.setProperty("","password");
>> However, how can I access the keystore from my WASCE distribution.
>> I need to establish a HTTPS Connector?
>> or
>> I need to access directly to <WASCE_HOME>\var\security\keystores 
>> \testKS?
>> thanks in advance.
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