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Client Side Authentication question

 
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Hello,

We need to post data to a secure URL, but for that they need the client certificate from our side. In the .net code that they have supplied how to do that, I see they have something like adding the client .cer file to the HttpRequest before sending the request.

The .net code looks like following:



When we do HttpsURLConnection we do the following :




Will this suffice to do a client authentication from our side while posting to the URL?

Thanks in advance,
Rumpa Giri
 
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