Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
java.security.KeyManagementException

Packages that use KeyManagementException
java.security Provides the classes and interfaces for the security framework. 
javax.net.ssl Provides classes for the secure socket package. 
 

Uses of KeyManagementException in java.security
 

Methods in java.security that throw KeyManagementException
 void Identity.addCertificate(Certificate certificate)
          Deprecated. Adds a certificate for this identity.
abstract  void IdentityScope.addIdentity(Identity identity)
          Deprecated. Adds an identity to this identity scope.
 void Identity.removeCertificate(Certificate certificate)
          Deprecated. Removes a certificate from this identity.
abstract  void IdentityScope.removeIdentity(Identity identity)
          Deprecated. Removes an identity from this identity scope.
 void Identity.setPublicKey(PublicKey key)
          Deprecated. Sets this identity's public key.
 

Constructors in java.security that throw KeyManagementException
Identity(String name, IdentityScope scope)
          Deprecated. Constructs an identity with the specified name and scope.
IdentityScope(String name, IdentityScope scope)
          Deprecated. Constructs a new identity scope with the specified name and scope.
Signer(String name, IdentityScope scope)
          Deprecated. Creates a signer with the specified identity name and scope.
 

Uses of KeyManagementException in javax.net.ssl
 

Methods in javax.net.ssl that throw KeyManagementException
protected abstract  void SSLContextSpi.engineInit(KeyManager[] km, TrustManager[] tm, SecureRandom sr)
          Initializes this context.
 void SSLContext.init(KeyManager[] km, TrustManager[] tm, SecureRandom random)
          Initializes this context.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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