Re: problems generating self signed certs for tomcat
While I haven't looked at the test code personally (I usually read
the concepts and code from David's book), I believe the test cases
for BC have the capability you're looking for.
On 09/21/2012 04:16 PM, J.V. wrote:
> I have a requirement to generate a self signed cert for Tomcat. I
> Google'd and found this example but it does not work.
> http://blog.thilinamb.com/2010/01/how-to-generate-self-signed.html >
> I am naming the .pkc12 file "a.keystore" and putting in
> $CATALINA_HOME/conf along with a .pem file that I generate and also
> modify my server.xml to point to the a.keystore file.
> I can send my code to anyone that would be willing to help; I have a
> deadline and am pulling my hair out. The certs work fine if I generate
> from command line using openssl, but I need a Java solution.
> If anyone has a working / tested / known good example of generating a
> self signed cert that will work with Tomcat and generate these two files:
> - a.keystore
> - ca.pem
> (first a "ca.crt" is generated and the a.keystore is generated directly
> from ca.crt as well as ca.pem)
> that can be used, please point me in the right direction and your help
> will be much appreciated.