Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Interface
java.security.cert.CertSelector

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

Uses of CertSelector in java.security.cert
 

Classes in java.security.cert that implement CertSelector
 class X509CertSelector
          A CertSelector that selects X509Certificates that match all specified criteria.
 

Methods in java.security.cert that return CertSelector
 CertSelector PKIXParameters.getTargetCertConstraints()
          Returns the required constraints on the target certificate.
 

Methods in java.security.cert with parameters of type CertSelector
abstract  Collection<? extends Certificate> CertStoreSpi.engineGetCertificates(CertSelector selector)
          Returns a Collection of Certificates that match the specified selector.
 Collection<? extends Certificate> CertStore.getCertificates(CertSelector selector)
          Returns a Collection of Certificates that match the specified selector.
 void PKIXParameters.setTargetCertConstraints(CertSelector selector)
          Sets the required constraints on the target certificate.
 

Constructors in java.security.cert with parameters of type CertSelector
PKIXBuilderParameters(KeyStore keystore, CertSelector targetConstraints)
          Creates an instance of PKIXBuilderParameters that populates the set of most-trusted CAs from the trusted certificate entries contained in the specified KeyStore.
PKIXBuilderParameters(Set<TrustAnchor> trustAnchors, CertSelector targetConstraints)
          Creates an instance of PKIXBuilderParameters with the specified Set of most-trusted CAs.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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