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how to store the digital certificate

 
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hi
I am quite new in this field...I have created a digital certificate by using JAVA API not with any keytools or openssl. now I want to store the certificate... how I can do it ?
I will be thankful if anyone can help me in this matter
Thank You.
 
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You can store the digital cerificate as a simple text file with an extension .cer.I hope this answers your question.
 
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You can use the same APIs as keytool to save your certificate in a Java keystore. And as K Aditi said, you can export a certificate as a text file, using an X.509 CertificateFactory. I guess you'll still need to save the private key separately, possibly using an RSA KeyFactory and a PKCS8EncodedKeySpec.
 
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thanks friend...I will try ;)
 
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