What is alias in Keytool import?
Moreover, what is alias in Keytool?
A certificate alias is the name given to a CA certificate located in the keystore. Each entry in the keystore has an alias to help identify it. You may need to use the -alias command-line qualifier when using the keytool utility to work on a specific entry in the keystore.
Additionally, what does Keytool Import do? Java Keytool stores the keys and certificates in what is called a keystore. jks file that will initially only contain the private key. You will then generate a CSR and have a certificate generated from it. Then you will import the certificate to the keystore including any root certificates.
Also know, how do I get an alias name from a JKS file?
Listing Aliases Inside an Android Keystore File With Keytool
- Open a Terminal Window, Run This Command: keytool -list -keystore /location/of/your/com.example.keystore. Make sure "keytool" is either in your PATH , or "cd" into the "tools" directory where your Android SDK files are.
- Enter your keystore password when prompted (you didn't forget that too, did you?
- See results!
How do I find alias certificate name?
- I think you can run the following command to list the content of your keystore file.
- keytool -v -list -keystore .keystore.
- If you are looking for a specific alias, you can also specify it in the command:
- keytool -list -keystore .keystore -alias foo.
- If the alias is not found, it will display an exception: