This is my first post, I hope my question isn't too basic .
I have been assigned an old project here on my job and I have stumbled with a problem that I have not been able to solve :-S. Currently, the project code needs to read a keystore file to be able to visit an ssl site. To achieve this, it assigns the keystore file path to the javax.net.ssl.trustStore system property doing something like this:
After some googling, I found that the problem was, most likely, an error within the keystore file. However, one of my partners ran the exact same project code, with the exact same jks file without any problem :-s . I debugged the application and found out that, on my PC, the jks content was not being read completely as in my partner's pc... weird (on my pc, the code doesn't read the last 6 characters). I tried to find any difference between my partner's machine and mine without success.
Anyway, i created a function where I read the same content from a certificate file, not from a keystore. I'm doing something like this:
I get the complete signature of the certificate, which doesn't happen when using the original code on the old project in my machine. As you can see, on my method, I read a .cer file, not a .jks file. My question is:
Is there any way i can use the certificate i'm getting with this function to be able to visit the ssl site instead of using the original code? (the one using the javax.net.ssl.trustStore property)?