Configure Keystore Pathname or Password
When importing CA (trusted root) certificates from the Java Key Store (JKS) that is shipped with the JVM, a password is required. This password appears as a prepopulated default in the user interface.
If this password or the JKS pathname changes, modify the ui.properties file to modify the default password that appears in the UI.
To configure a keystore pathname or password:
- Navigate to the installation directory.
- Navigate to the properties directory.
Open the ui.properties file and locate this line:
JVMcacertsFilePath = install_dir/jdk/jre/lib/security/cacerts
- Modify the JVMcacertsFilePath entry to reflect the new pathname.
To change the keystore default password that appears in the interface, locate this line:
- Modify the JVMcacertsFilePass entry to reflect the new password.
- Save and close the ui.properties file.
- Stop Sterling B2B Integrator.
Run the setupfiles script using one of the following steps:
- (UNIX, Linux) – From the install_dir/bin directory, run the setupfiles.sh command.
- (Windows) – From the install_dir\bin directory, run the setupfiles.cmd command.
- Start Sterling B2B Integrator.