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Joined: Oct 08, 2008
Jun 08, 2010 05:18:00
I have a certificate.txt file from this how to create a keystore file.. Please assist me
-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY----- HpXRylvqyqzyOUUcDhpdrr3MD8Ahl9sIGoVz01JFDcb0gzLc8bCa+SxNsTYDLjn+ UxciqQBlAkEAz21l6wUNVlYpV/xCvXXeUPZavrLe3okqzj1QlwT+t0W2EPFRl/8p /HlTQXd5pfZK9ckS4dkMneeKj0PoF9tRlwJAD+0L7Ypmd7y3mNVQIcZvgJ3b2V/Q TFUzZEYtDoGBbc9YFeVYncDcvpNPx2qhnsgCccNnw8Mt2c5U9XxI/wejFQJBAJnh -----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----
Joined: Nov 18, 2006
Jun 08, 2010 07:07:24
You need to use the 'keytool' as described in:
It's been a long time since working with keystores, but I don't think that you're able to simply import a RSA key (not without certificate).
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I agree. Here's the link:
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