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Keystore file in JBoss server

 
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Hi,

I am new to the keystore concept and hence my question could be quite silly.

I have created a new keystore and have added the private and public key certificates into the keystore using the keytool commands and also got my test application to work fine using the keystore. Now, when i ran the test class from my IDE, i figured that the keystore has to be in the application's class path for it to work fine.

My question is: when i deploy my code to the server, should i add the keystore file location to class path so that the application works fine or is it not required?


 
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