It's hard to answer you without knowing what you're trying to do with the CA
cert. Is this to verify an incoming certificate against the CA? That
should happen automatically. If you supply more background I might be able
to help. I apologize if you posted this earlier in this thread but I've
deleted those earlier messages. :(

Gary

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To: Java Programming on and around the iSeries / AS400
Subject: Re: Private CA 'jssecacerts' file location?

Gary L Peskin wrote:
Write once. Debug everywhere.

Don't you know it.

Anyone know if there's something I need to do in my java app to tell it
to use the CA cert? Perhaps a system property?

Thanks!

david

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