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Class TestClientCertificateSelectionCallback

  extended by org.mozilla.jss.ssl.TestClientCertificateSelectionCallback
All Implemented Interfaces:

public class TestClientCertificateSelectionCallback
extends java.lang.Object
implements SSLClientCertificateSelectionCallback

This interface is what you should implement if you want to be able to decide whether or not you want to approve the peer's cert, instead of having NSS do that.

Constructor Summary
Method Summary
 java.lang.String select(java.util.Vector nicknames)
          this method will be called form the native callback code when a certificate is requested.
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait

Constructor Detail


public TestClientCertificateSelectionCallback()
Method Detail


public java.lang.String select(java.util.Vector nicknames)
this method will be called form the native callback code when a certificate is requested. You must return a String which is the nickname of the certificate you wish to present.

Specified by:
select in interface SSLClientCertificateSelectionCallback
nicknames - A Vector of Strings. These strings are an aid to the user to select the correct nickname. This list is made from the list of all certs which are valid, match the CA's trusted by the server, and which you have the private key of. If nicknames.length is 0, you should present an error to the user saying 'you do not have any unexpired certificates'.
You must return the nickname of the certificate you wish to use. You can return null if you do not wish to send a certificate.