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JavaPNS Query

 
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Hi
I want to use javapns api to push notification to iPADs from my web application.

This is how its written
Push.payload(payload, keyStore, PASSWORD, ISPRODUCTION, TOKEN1);

is there anyway I can read certificate from the server in my java program? I am using Websphere 7. I have installed teh cert on it
How can i make use of it ,instead of packaging the .p12 file in the jar and referencing it in keyStore parameter
 
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is someone there to help me on this?
I have been struck for few days...
 
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