Gary L Peskin wrote:
If you change those values from IBMISeriesX509 to IBMX509, I think you'll
find that you can use the IFS keystore and truststore. Java should look for
a jssecacerts file or, if it can't find that a cacerts file. You can also
specify the names of the keystore and truststore files via system properties
if you don't want to use jssecacerts or cacerts as the file name but I'd
recommend sticking with the default.

I'll try that next. At the moment I'm trying to get it to work with the
DCM.

BTW, what JVM are you using?

1.4

I'll try to load a CA cert in .der file form into a DCM, if I can find one
that I can use.

I think I found the problem there ... the DCM doesn't like the .der file.

When I imported the CA's .cer file, the import worked correctly.

The java app still isn't working correctly though.

david


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