Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
java.security.cert.CRL

Packages that use CRL
java.security.cert Provides classes and interfaces for parsing and managing certificates, certificate revocation lists (CRLs), and certification paths. 
 

Uses of CRL in java.security.cert
 

Subclasses of CRL in java.security.cert
 class X509CRL
           Abstract class for an X.509 Certificate Revocation List (CRL).
 

Methods in java.security.cert that return CRL
abstract  CRL CertificateFactorySpi.engineGenerateCRL(InputStream inStream)
          Generates a certificate revocation list (CRL) object and initializes it with the data read from the input stream inStream.
 CRL CertificateFactory.generateCRL(InputStream inStream)
          Generates a certificate revocation list (CRL) object and initializes it with the data read from the input stream inStream.
 

Methods in java.security.cert that return types with arguments of type CRL
abstract  Collection<? extends CRL> CertificateFactorySpi.engineGenerateCRLs(InputStream inStream)
          Returns a (possibly empty) collection view of the CRLs read from the given input stream inStream.
abstract  Collection<? extends CRL> CertStoreSpi.engineGetCRLs(CRLSelector selector)
          Returns a Collection of CRLs that match the specified selector.
 Collection<? extends CRL> CertificateFactory.generateCRLs(InputStream inStream)
          Returns a (possibly empty) collection view of the CRLs read from the given input stream inStream.
 Collection<? extends CRL> CertStore.getCRLs(CRLSelector selector)
          Returns a Collection of CRLs that match the specified selector.
 

Methods in java.security.cert with parameters of type CRL
 boolean X509CRLSelector.match(CRL crl)
          Decides whether a CRL should be selected.
 boolean CRLSelector.match(CRL crl)
          Decides whether a CRL should be selected.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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