Posted comments (13)

Posted by Amit at October 10, 2008 23:27:35 CEST
Very useful article
Posted by Rk at March 19, 2009 14:33:02 CET
Superb information very interesting. thanks
Posted by Lucas Ccielo at April 25, 2009 17:11:07 CEST
I needed this for a university homework, Thank you very much!
Posted by Mike Borozdin at December 16, 2009 03:21:23 CET
Great post! Thank you!
Posted by Arturo Tena at December 16, 2009 05:15:09 CET
Great article.
Posted by Dan R. at September 9, 2010 20:44:58 CEST
When I imported the certificate (step 11), I got this error:

java.lang.Exception: Input not an X.509 certificate

This has an unintuitive meaning: it means that you didn't use the -alias parameter, or that the alias you specified is not the name of the key you originally exported.

Once I had figured this out, I was able to laugh at Danie Roux's humorous take on this error message:
Posted by Yan at March 28, 2011 22:48:33 CEST
Excellent posting. Thank you!
Posted by Vikrant Sharma at August 11, 2011 09:44:27 CEST
superb......thanks alot !
Posted by Vidya at September 13, 2011 07:25:27 CEST
Thanks a lot.
It is a very informative and helpful post.

But when we run the applet, it shows the publisher as unknown.
Can you please let me know what can be done.

Thanks in advance
Posted by Kaushik Lele at May 28, 2013 11:25:27 CEST
Very helpful and quite elaborate. Thanks a lot
Posted by Sarkosyi at October 7, 2013 12:02:19 CEST
Thanks a lot, you have saved my hours..
greet from Indonesia.. :)
Posted by Victor at February 28, 2015 16:28:02 CET
Thank you very much. Excellent tutorial.

Well done to you,

Posted by Leo at November 23, 2015 23:38:23 CET
* The certificate will only work with the SAME ORIGINAL keystore that you INITIALLY created the CSR with.

* The certificates MUST be installed to your keystore in the correct order.

* If successful, you will see "Certificate reply was installed in keystore" otherwise it will only show up as "Certificate was added to keystore" which will NOT work.