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Re: Using "keytool" to create security certificates for OpenLDAP
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That sounds like the 'keytool' program that comes with Java. I don't know
of any other product which understands the JKS format. You'll have to
export the keys that you want to use outside of Java. 'man keytool'
should tell you more. I think that the default export format is bare DER
and you'll need to use the '-rfc' flag to produce PEM instead, or you can
use OpenSSL to transform it.
This is really a Java question, not an OpenLDAP question. Further
discussion of keytool should probably take place in a Java forum.
Mark H. Wood, Lead System Programmer mwood@IUPUI.Edu
Open-source executable: $0.00. Source: $0.00 Control: priceless!
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