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Hetal ShethHetal Sheth 

How to Import JKS File of Diffrent Java Based server

I have one java based server in tomcat.
I have installed self-signed certificate on that.
Now I have created soap webservice client for that server in salesforce.
Some where I have read that I have to install that certificate in salesforce to complete the call.
So I have export that certificate as .jks   file and trying to install it on salesforce instance.
From
Security Controls>Certificate and Key Management>Import From Keystore.
When I am importing that .jks file at that time I am getting below notification
You've created 0 non-expired certificates out of a limit of 50.
I don’t know what is the meaning of this message.
I need to know what I have to do to install this .jks file.
I am not getting any issue while I am installing .jks file which I have generated from salesforce. It is imported successfully.
 
 
 
 
Apex - LearnerApex - Learner
Hetal, you would not be able to call a webserver with self signed certificate. Please refer to the link below
https://developer.salesforce.com/page/Outbound_Messaging_SSL_CA_Certificates
Hetal ShethHetal Sheth
I have read some ware if i export the certificate from my server as jks file and install it in salesforce than I can use it.
leandro Bittencourt 15leandro Bittencourt 15
Hetal, 

You solve this? I have the same problem, could you share your solution, please?