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From Doug Breaux <doug.bre...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: HTTPS Test Script Recorder certificate problems
Date Fri, 08 Aug 2014 13:29:30 GMT
On 8/7/2014 7:52 PM, sebb wrote:
> On 25 July 2014 20:30, Doug Breaux <doug.breaux@gmail.com> wrote:

>> I'm Java 7, although IBM Java 7:
>> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/21053346/apachejmetertemporaryrootca-crt-not-generated
>
> That might be the problem - it's possible that the keytool utility
> works differently.
> what does keytool --help produce?

"\Program Files (x86)\IBM\Java70"\bin\keytool -help
Key and Certificate Management Tool

Commands:

  -certreq            Generates a certificate request
  -changealias        Changes an entry's alias
  -delete             Deletes an entry
  -exportcert         Exports certificate
  -exportseckey       Export a batch of secret keys
  -genkeypair         Generates a key pair
  -genseckey          Generates a secret key
  -gencert            Generates certificate from a certificate request
  -importcert         Imports a certificate or a certificate chain
  -importkeystore     Imports one or all entries from another keystore
  -importseckey       Import a batch of secret keys
  -keypasswd          Changes the key password of an entry
  -list               Lists entries in a keystore
  -printcert          Prints the content of a certificate
  -printcertreq       Prints the content of a certificate request
  -printcrl           Prints the content of a CRL file
  -storepasswd        Changes the store password of a keystore

Use "keytool -command_name -help" for usage of command_name

> Can you try using Oracle Java 7?

I could, yes, but don't have it installed at the moment. However, I 
found another version of Java installed with some product (can't 
remember which), and it didn't exhibit this problem. Once the cert was 
created, IBM Java 7 is using it fine.

> Is IBM Java 7 available for download?

For some platforms (e.g. Linux, yes). For Windows, not by itself (part 
of the licensing agreement with Sun/Oracle), but it is available in some 
free products. See http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/jdk/

Thanks,
Doug


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