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From GOMEZ Henri <hgo...@slib.fr>
Subject RE: SSL Attributes
Date Mon, 17 Sep 2001 21:17:15 GMT

>> >> Cheers
>> >>
>> >> Jean-frederic
>> >>
>> >> Note:
>> >> javax.servlet.cert.X509Certificate is in JSSE.
>> >> java.servlet.cert.X509Certificate is in JDK (even in 1.2.2).
>> >>
>> >
>> >Not only that, the JSSE version doesn't even inherit from the
>> >JDK version
>> >:-(.  When using JSSE (i.e. in Tomcat stand-alone) you have to
>> >convert the
>> >certificates manually.
>>
>> I've got question not really well covered in spec.
>> When you got the X509Certificate, you got the certificate
>> presented by Browser ? So only one certificate isnt'it ?
>>
>> That's currently what mod_ssl present :)
>>
>
>JSSE presents the entire client certificate chain, with the 
>first one in
>the chain being the cerftificate of the client itself, followed by the
>certificate of the CA that vouches for the client cert, and so on.

But what did we need to have present in SPEC ?
client cert and ca cert or only client cert ?

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