Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
java.security.cert.TrustAnchor

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

Uses of TrustAnchor in java.security.cert
 

Methods in java.security.cert that return TrustAnchor
 TrustAnchor PKIXCertPathValidatorResult.getTrustAnchor()
          Returns the TrustAnchor describing the CA that served as a trust anchor for the certification path.
 

Methods in java.security.cert that return types with arguments of type TrustAnchor
 Set<TrustAnchor> PKIXParameters.getTrustAnchors()
          Returns an immutable Set of the most-trusted CAs.
 

Method parameters in java.security.cert with type arguments of type TrustAnchor
 void PKIXParameters.setTrustAnchors(Set<TrustAnchor> trustAnchors)
          Sets the Set of most-trusted CAs.
 

Constructors in java.security.cert with parameters of type TrustAnchor
PKIXCertPathBuilderResult(CertPath certPath, TrustAnchor trustAnchor, PolicyNode policyTree, PublicKey subjectPublicKey)
          Creates an instance of PKIXCertPathBuilderResult containing the specified parameters.
PKIXCertPathValidatorResult(TrustAnchor trustAnchor, PolicyNode policyTree, PublicKey subjectPublicKey)
          Creates an instance of PKIXCertPathValidatorResult containing the specified parameters.
 

Constructor parameters in java.security.cert with type arguments of type TrustAnchor
PKIXBuilderParameters(Set<TrustAnchor> trustAnchors, CertSelector targetConstraints)
          Creates an instance of PKIXBuilderParameters with the specified Set of most-trusted CAs.
PKIXParameters(Set<TrustAnchor> trustAnchors)
          Creates an instance of PKIXParameters with the specified Set of most-trusted CAs.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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