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Old 12-02-2013, 06:23 AM
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Default Mirth and certificates

I am developing an app where Mirth has to connect to a server using SSL certificates and am struggling to understand how Mirth does this.

I can see that Mirth has a truststore.jks file and a keystore.jks file and that Mirth generates a certificate and encryption key on startup that is held in the keystore.jks file.

The default truststore.jks file is empty - should anything be added to it?

Does Mirth automatically reference the certificates in the Java/lib/security/cacerts file?

Mirth version 2.2.3

Any help much appreciated...
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