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I have a web service and I have a client who is trying to connect with our web service. He is getting some errors when trying to connect with our web service. My client asked me, "What key do you see in the certificate that I sent you?" How would I find that out? How would I find the key that is in the certificate? [ December 03, 2008: Message edited by: Fred Victa ]
Since the client is Asserting to your service URI, he must have provided you with a public key handle; where he must be signing the payload communicated to your URI with the private key, on a secured layer - the private (and public) key handle(s) for a J2EE application are stored in .keystore.
If you have the public key handle to your certificate, which you are using for validation (digital signature per se), you can utilize the keytool utility available with your current JDK bundle.
This would reveal the fingerprints of your certificate including the issuer, issued to, validity and so on. [ December 16, 2008: Message edited by: Nitin Pathak ]