Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
java.security.cert.Certificate

Packages that use Certificate
java.net Provides the classes for implementing networking applications. 
java.security Provides the classes and interfaces for the security framework. 
java.security.cert Provides classes and interfaces for parsing and managing certificates, certificate revocation lists (CRLs), and certification paths. 
java.util.jar Provides classes for reading and writing the JAR (Java ARchive) file format, which is based on the standard ZIP file format with an optional manifest file. 
javax.crypto Provides the classes and interfaces for cryptographic operations. 
javax.net.ssl Provides classes for the secure socket package. 
 

Uses of Certificate in java.net
 

Methods in java.net that return Certificate
 Certificate[] JarURLConnection.getCertificates()
          Return the Certificate object for this connection if the URL for it points to a JAR file entry, null otherwise.
 

Methods in java.net that return types with arguments of type Certificate
abstract  List<Certificate> SecureCacheResponse.getLocalCertificateChain()
          Returns the certificate chain that were sent to the server during handshaking of the original connection that retrieved the network resource.
abstract  List<Certificate> SecureCacheResponse.getServerCertificateChain()
          Returns the server's certificate chain, which was established as part of defining the session in the original connection that retrieved the network resource, from cache.
 

Uses of Certificate in java.security
 

Methods in java.security that return Certificate
abstract  Certificate KeyStoreSpi.engineGetCertificate(String alias)
          Returns the certificate associated with the given alias.
abstract  Certificate[] KeyStoreSpi.engineGetCertificateChain(String alias)
          Returns the certificate chain associated with the given alias.
 Certificate KeyStore.PrivateKeyEntry.getCertificate()
          Gets the end entity Certificate from the certificate chain in this entry.
 Certificate KeyStore.getCertificate(String alias)
          Returns the certificate associated with the given alias.
 Certificate[] KeyStore.PrivateKeyEntry.getCertificateChain()
          Gets the Certificate chain from this entry.
 Certificate[] KeyStore.getCertificateChain(String alias)
          Returns the certificate chain associated with the given alias.
 Certificate[] CodeSource.getCertificates()
          Returns the certificates associated with this CodeSource.
 Certificate KeyStore.TrustedCertificateEntry.getTrustedCertificate()
          Gets the trusted Certficate from this entry.
 Certificate[] UnresolvedPermission.getUnresolvedCerts()
          Get the signer certificates (without any supporting chain) for the underlying permission that has not been resolved.
 

Methods in java.security with parameters of type Certificate
abstract  String KeyStoreSpi.engineGetCertificateAlias(Certificate cert)
          Returns the (alias) name of the first keystore entry whose certificate matches the given certificate.
abstract  void KeyStoreSpi.engineSetCertificateEntry(String alias, Certificate cert)
          Assigns the given certificate to the given alias.
abstract  void KeyStoreSpi.engineSetKeyEntry(String alias, byte[] key, Certificate[] chain)
          Assigns the given key (that has already been protected) to the given alias.
abstract  void KeyStoreSpi.engineSetKeyEntry(String alias, Key key, char[] password, Certificate[] chain)
          Assigns the given key to the given alias, protecting it with the given password.
 String KeyStore.getCertificateAlias(Certificate cert)
          Returns the (alias) name of the first keystore entry whose certificate matches the given certificate.
 void Signature.initVerify(Certificate certificate)
          Initializes this object for verification, using the public key from the given certificate.
 void KeyStore.setCertificateEntry(String alias, Certificate cert)
          Assigns the given trusted certificate to the given alias.
 void KeyStore.setKeyEntry(String alias, byte[] key, Certificate[] chain)
          Assigns the given key (that has already been protected) to the given alias.
 void KeyStore.setKeyEntry(String alias, Key key, char[] password, Certificate[] chain)
          Assigns the given key to the given alias, protecting it with the given password.
 

Constructors in java.security with parameters of type Certificate
CodeSource(URL url, Certificate[] certs)
          Constructs a CodeSource and associates it with the specified location and set of certificates.
KeyStore.PrivateKeyEntry(PrivateKey privateKey, Certificate[] chain)
          Constructs a PrivateKeyEntry with a PrivateKey and corresponding certificate chain.
KeyStore.TrustedCertificateEntry(Certificate trustedCert)
          Constructs a TrustedCertificateEntry with a trusted Certificate.
UnresolvedPermission(String type, String name, String actions, Certificate[] certs)
          Creates a new UnresolvedPermission containing the permission information needed later to actually create a Permission of the specified class, when the permission is resolved.
 

Uses of Certificate in java.security.cert
 

Subclasses of Certificate in java.security.cert
 class X509Certificate
           Abstract class for X.509 certificates.
 

Methods in java.security.cert that return Certificate
abstract  Certificate CertificateFactorySpi.engineGenerateCertificate(InputStream inStream)
          Generates a certificate object and initializes it with the data read from the input stream inStream.
 Certificate CertificateFactory.generateCertificate(InputStream inStream)
          Generates a certificate 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 Certificate
abstract  Collection<? extends Certificate> CertificateFactorySpi.engineGenerateCertificates(InputStream inStream)
          Returns a (possibly empty) collection view of the certificates read from the given input stream inStream.
abstract  Collection<? extends Certificate> CertStoreSpi.engineGetCertificates(CertSelector selector)
          Returns a Collection of Certificates that match the specified selector.
 Collection<? extends Certificate> CertificateFactory.generateCertificates(InputStream inStream)
          Returns a (possibly empty) collection view of the certificates read from the given input stream inStream.
abstract  List<? extends Certificate> CertPath.getCertificates()
          Returns the list of certificates in this certification path.
 Collection<? extends Certificate> CertStore.getCertificates(CertSelector selector)
          Returns a Collection of Certificates that match the specified selector.
 

Methods in java.security.cert with parameters of type Certificate
abstract  void PKIXCertPathChecker.check(Certificate cert, Collection<String> unresolvedCritExts)
          Performs the check(s) on the specified certificate using its internal state and removes any critical extensions that it processes from the specified collection of OID strings that represent the unresolved critical extensions.
abstract  boolean CRL.isRevoked(Certificate cert)
          Checks whether the given certificate is on this CRL.
 boolean CertSelector.match(Certificate cert)
          Decides whether a Certificate should be selected.
 boolean X509CertSelector.match(Certificate cert)
          Decides whether a Certificate should be selected.
 

Method parameters in java.security.cert with type arguments of type Certificate
 CertPath CertificateFactorySpi.engineGenerateCertPath(List<? extends Certificate> certificates)
          Generates a CertPath object and initializes it with a List of Certificates.
 CertPath CertificateFactory.generateCertPath(List<? extends Certificate> certificates)
          Generates a CertPath object and initializes it with a List of Certificates.
 

Uses of Certificate in java.util.jar
 

Methods in java.util.jar that return Certificate
 Certificate[] JarEntry.getCertificates()
          Returns the Certificate objects for this entry, or null if none.
 

Uses of Certificate in javax.crypto
 

Methods in javax.crypto with parameters of type Certificate
 void Cipher.init(int opmode, Certificate certificate)
          Initializes this cipher with the public key from the given certificate.
 void Cipher.init(int opmode, Certificate certificate, SecureRandom random)
          Initializes this cipher with the public key from the given certificate and a source of randomness.
 

Uses of Certificate in javax.net.ssl
 

Methods in javax.net.ssl that return Certificate
 Certificate[] SSLSession.getLocalCertificates()
          Returns the certificate(s) that were sent to the peer during handshaking.
abstract  Certificate[] HttpsURLConnection.getLocalCertificates()
          Returns the certificate(s) that were sent to the server during handshaking.
 Certificate[] HandshakeCompletedEvent.getLocalCertificates()
          Returns the certificate(s) that were sent to the peer during handshaking.
 Certificate[] SSLSession.getPeerCertificates()
          Returns the identity of the peer which was established as part of defining the session.
 Certificate[] HandshakeCompletedEvent.getPeerCertificates()
          Returns the identity of the peer which was established as part of defining the session.
abstract  Certificate[] HttpsURLConnection.getServerCertificates()
          Returns the server's certificate chain which was established as part of defining the session.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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