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Re: [iaik-jce] Managing keys using KeyTool



This problem is known and there is no workaround for it. But, it should be
fixed
in the latest JDK-release.

If you are using the java tools, you will have to locate the jar-files in
the JRE's directory "lib/ext".

Johannes Farmer

----- Original Message -----
From: Ralph Roland <ralph@umsa7.ums.edu>
To: <iaik-jce@iaik.tu-graz.ac.at>
Sent: Wednesday, November 03, 1999 1:29 AM
Subject: [iaik-jce] Managing keys using KeyTool


> Hello,
> I'm evaluating your JCE and SSL implementations for a product we are
> developing and I've run into a problem.
> I'm having trouble using the KeyTool program/class provided by Sun using
> your service provider.  All commands except "-certreq" seem to operate
> correctly.  When I try the -certreq command KeyTool fails with the
> following message:
> keytool error: iaik.asn1.structures.Name
>
> There is no further explanation of the problem.  Is this a known
> limitation?  Perhaps there is a work-around?
>
> Also, interestingly, if I run the keytool program directly the iaik
> service provided is not found (even though the java.security file has
> been updated), but if I run keytool by using "java
> sun.security.tools.KeyTool <parms>" it can find the IAIK provider,
> although I get the one error mentioned above.
>
> Any clues you can provide would be appreciated.  Thanks,
> Ralph Roland
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