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Java.Security.ICertificate

Certificate represents an identity certificate, such as X.509 or PGP.

See Also: ICertificate

Syntax

[Android.Runtime.Register("java/security/Certificate", "", "Java.Security.ICertificateInvoker")]
[System.Obsolete("This class is obsoleted in this android platform")]
public interface ICertificate : IJavaObject, IDisposable

Remarks

Certificate represents an identity certificate, such as X.509 or PGP. Note: A Certificate instances does not make any statement about the validity of itself. It's in the responsibility of the application to verify the validity of its certificates.

See Also

[Android Documentation]

Requirements

Namespace: Java.Security
Assembly: Mono.Android (in Mono.Android.dll)
Assembly Versions: 0.0.0.0
Since: Added in API level 1Deprecated since API level 1

The members of Java.Security.ICertificate are listed below.

Public Properties

[read-only]
FormatString. Returns a string identifying the format of this certificate.
[read-only]
GuarantorIPrincipal. Returns the guarantor of this certificate.
[read-only]
PrincipalIPrincipal. Returns the principal of this certificate.
[read-only]
PublicKeyIPublicKey. Returns the public key of this certificate.

Public Methods

Decode(Stream)
Decodes a certificate from the given InputStream.
Encode(Stream)
Encodes this certificate to an output stream.
ToString(Boolean) : String
Returns a string containing a concise, human-readable description of the this Certificate.