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gnu.classpath.tools.common
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GenKeyCmd: The -genkey keytool command handler is used to generate a key pair (a public, and associated private keys). It then generates a self-signed X509 v1 certificate (authenticating the public key) and stores this certificate and the private key in the key store associating both to a designated alias. Possible options for this command are: -alias ALIAS Every entry, be it a Key Entry or a Trusted Certificate , in a key store is uniquely identified by a user-defined Alias string. Use this option to specify the Alias to use when referring to an entry in the key store. Unless specified otherwise, a default ...
ImportCmd: The -import keytool command handler is used to read an X.509 certificate, or a PKCS#7 Certificate Reply from a designated input source and incorporate the certificates into the key store. If the Alias does not already exist in the key store, the tool treats the certificate read from the input source as a new Trusted Certificate. It then attempts to discover a chain-of-trust, starting from that certificate and ending at another Trusted Certificate , already stored in the key store. If the -trustcacerts option is present, an additional key store, of type JKS named cacerts , and assumed to be present ...
SelfCertCmd: The -selfcert keytool command handler is used to generate a self- signed X.509 version 1 certificate using key store credentials stored under a designated alias. Possible options for this command are: -alias ALIAS Every entry, be it a Key Entry or a Trusted Certificate , in a key store is uniquely identified by a user-defined Alias string. Use this option to specify the Alias to use when referring to an entry in the key store. Unless specified otherwise, a default value of mykey shall be used when this option is omitted from the command line. -sigalg ALGORITHM The canonical name of the digital ...
CertReqCmd: The -certreq keytool command handler is used to generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) in PKCS#10 format. The ASN.1 specification of a CSR, as stated in RFC-2986 is as follows: CertificationRequest ::= SEQUENCE { certificationRequestInfo CertificationRequestInfo, signatureAlgorithm AlgorithmIdentifier, signature BIT STRING } CertificationRequestInfo ::= SEQUENCE { version INTEGER -- v1(0) subject Name, subjectPKInfo SubjectPublicKeyInfo, attributes [0] IMPLICIT Attributes -- see note later } SubjectPublicKeyInfo ::= SEQUENCE { algorithm AlgorithmIdentifier, subjectPublicKey BIT STRING } IMPORTANT ...
KeyCloneCmd: The -keyclone keytool command handler is used to clone an existing key store entry associated with a designated alias, with its private key and chain of certificates. Possible options for this command are: -alias ALIAS Every entry, be it a Key Entry or a Trusted Certificate , in a key store is uniquely identified by a user-defined Alias string. Use this option to specify the Alias to use when referring to an entry in the key store. Unless specified otherwise, a default value of mykey shall be used when this option is omitted from the command line. -dest ALIAS Use this option to specify the new ...
ExportCmd: The -export keytool command handler is used to read the certificate associated with a designated alias from the key store, and write it to a designated file. Possible options for this command are: -alias ALIAS Every entry, be it a Key Entry or a Trusted Certificate , in a key store is uniquely identified by a user-defined Alias string. Use this option to specify the Alias to use when referring to an entry in the key store. Unless specified otherwise, a default value of mykey shall be used when this option is omitted from the command line. -file FILE_NAME The fully qualified path of the file where ...
KeyPasswdCmd: The -keypasswd keytool command handler is used to change the password protecting the private key associated to a designated alias. Possible options for this command are: -alias ALIAS Every entry, be it a Key Entry or a Trusted Certificate , in a key store is uniquely identified by a user-defined Alias string. Use this option to specify the Alias to use when referring to an entry in the key store. Unless specified otherwise, a default value of mykey shall be used when this option is omitted from the command line. -keypass PASSWORD Use this option to specify the password which the tool will use to ...
ListCmd: The -list keytool command handler is used to output one or all key store entries. Possible options for this command are: -alias ALIAS Every entry, be it a Key Entry or a Trusted Certificate , in a key store is uniquely identified by a user-defined Alias string. Use this option to specify the Alias to use when referring to an entry in the key store. Unless specified otherwise, a default value of mykey shall be used when this option is omitted from the command line. -storetype STORE_TYP} Use this option to specify the type of the key store to use. The default value, if this option is omitted, is ...
DeleteCmd: The -delete keytool command handler is used to delete from the key store the entry associated with a designated alias. Possible options for this command are: -alias ALIAS Every entry, be it a Key Entry or a Trusted Certificate , in a key store is uniquely identified by a user-defined Alias string. Use this option to specify the Alias to use when referring to an entry in the key store. Unless specified otherwise, a default value of mykey shall be used when this option is omitted from the command line. -storetype STORE_TYP} Use this option to specify the type of the key store to use. The default ...
IdentityDBCmd: NOT IMPLEMENTED YET The -identitydb keytool command handler is used to read the JDK 1.1.x- style identity database and add its entries to the key store. If a key store does not exist, it is created. Possible options for this command are: -file FILE_NAME The fully qualified path of the identity file to import. If this option is omitted, the tool will process STDIN. -storetype STORE_TYP} Use this option to specify the type of the key store to use. The default value, if this option is omitted, is that of the property keystore.type in the security properties file, which is obtained by invoking the ...
StorePasswdCmd: The -storepasswd keytool command handler is used to change the password which protects the integrity of the key store. Possible options for this command are: -new PASSWORD The new, and different, password which will be used to protect the designated key store. -storetype STORE_TYP} Use this option to specify the type of the key store to use. The default value, if this option is omitted, is that of the property keystore.type in the security properties file, which is obtained by invoking the KeyStore.getDefaultType() > KeyStore.getDefaultType() 55 static method. -keystore URL Use this option to specify ...
PrintCertCmd: The -printcert keytool command handler is used to read a certificate from a designated file, and print its contents in a human-readable format. Possible options for this command are: -file FILE_NAME The fully qualified path of the file to read the certificate from. If this option is omitted, the tool will process STDIN. -v Use this option to enable more verbose output.
NameService: The implementation of the transient naming service. The naming service is a kind of the network server that registers local and remote objects by name, and later can provide the object reference in response to the given name. GNU Classpath currently works with this naming service and is also interoperable with the Sun Microsystems naming services from releases 1.3 and 1.4, both transient tnameserv and persistent orbd .
Main: The GNU Classpath implementation of the keytool security tool. Except for the -identitydb command, available for importing JDK 1.1 identities into a key store, this implementation is intended to be compatible with the behaviour described in the public documentation of the same tool included in JDK 1.4.
PersistentBidiHashTable: The persistent bidirectional hash table, maps both a to b and b to a. The changes are written to dist after SAVE_AT_MOST_AFTER time from the latest database change or at most after ALWAYS_UPDATE, if the database is updated very frequently. To ensure that no information is lost, the shutdown method must be called before exit.
PersistentMap: The persistent object naming map for the persistent naming service. The inherited (super.) naming map implementation is transient and is used as a cache. During the normal work, the naming map does not read from the disk, just stores the changes there. Map only reads from the disk when it starts.
Main: The GNU Classpath implementation of the jarsigner tool. The jarsigner tool is used to sign and verify JAR (Java ARchive) files. This implementation is intended to be compatible with the behaviour described in the public documentation of the same tool included in JDK 1.4.
PersistentHashTable: The persistent hash table. The changes are written to dist after SAVE_AT_MOST_AFTER time from the latest database change or at most after ALWAYS_UPDATE, if the database is updated very frequently. To ensure that no information is lost, the shutdown method must be called before exit.
NameServicePersistent: The server for the gnu classpath persistent naming service. GNU Classpath currently works with this naming service and is also interoperable with the Sun Microsystems naming services from releases 1.3 and 1.4, both transient tnameserv and persistent orbd .
PersistentContext: This class implements the persistent naming service, defined by org.omg.CosNaming.NamingContext . The 'persistent' means that the service remembers the mappings, stored between restarts.
RegistryImpl_Stub: This class delegates its method calls to the remote RMI object, referenced by java.rmi.server.RemoteRef . It is normally generated with rmic.
ActivationSystemImpl_Stub: This class delegates its method calls to the remote RMI object, referenced by java.rmi.server.RemoteRef . It is normally generated with rmic.
RegistryImpl_Skel: This skeleton supports unlikely cases when the naming service is contacted from other interoperable java implementation that still uses the old style skeleton-dependent invocations.
HashFinder: This class finds the hash character (the most different character in the passed array of strings). This character is used to accelerate the method invocation by name.
SecurityProviderInfo: A Data Access Object (DAO) referenceing a Security Provider and its position in the list of installed Security Providers in the underlying JVM runtime.

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