Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Interface
java.security.cert.CertStoreParameters

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

Uses of CertStoreParameters in java.security.cert
 

Classes in java.security.cert that implement CertStoreParameters
 class CollectionCertStoreParameters
          Parameters used as input for the Collection CertStore algorithm.
 class LDAPCertStoreParameters
          Parameters used as input for the LDAP CertStore algorithm.
 

Methods in java.security.cert that return CertStoreParameters
 CertStoreParameters CertStore.getCertStoreParameters()
          Returns the parameters used to initialize this CertStore.
 

Methods in java.security.cert with parameters of type CertStoreParameters
static CertStore CertStore.getInstance(String type, CertStoreParameters params)
          Returns a CertStore object that implements the specified CertStore type and is initialized with the specified parameters.
static CertStore CertStore.getInstance(String type, CertStoreParameters params, Provider provider)
          Returns a CertStore object that implements the specified CertStore type.
static CertStore CertStore.getInstance(String type, CertStoreParameters params, String provider)
          Returns a CertStore object that implements the specified CertStore type.
 

Constructors in java.security.cert with parameters of type CertStoreParameters
CertStore(CertStoreSpi storeSpi, Provider provider, String type, CertStoreParameters params)
          Creates a CertStore object of the given type, and encapsulates the given provider implementation (SPI object) in it.
CertStoreSpi(CertStoreParameters params)
          The sole constructor.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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