[security-dev 01766]: Re: 6522064: Keystore aliases from MS CryptoAPI have bad encoding

Bradford Wetmore bradford.wetmore at oracle.com
Fri Apr 9 09:15:41 PDT 2010

>> no one responded to my request for comments

The person responsible for MSCAPI is currently on vacation.  I think
he's back next week, but not sure.


On 4/9/2010 7:53 AM, Andrew John Hughes wrote:
> 2010/4/9 Boris Dušek <boris.dusek at gmail.com>:
>> Hello,
>> no one responded to my request for comments and possibly enlightment
>> below, so I guess the right thing to do is that I just implement my
>> proposed changes in a manner that I myself find "final" and submit the
>> patch to the bugzilla directly, where the rest of the discussion will
>> take place?
> This list does tend to be very quiet.  The best way to elicit some
> kind of response is to post a 'webrev' containing your changes:
> 1.  Check out the tl forest of OpenJDK7: hg fclone
> http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/tl
> 2.  Apply the patch to that tree and test it works
> 3.  Use the webrev tool
> (http://blogs.sun.com/jcc/entry/webrev_script_updated) to generate a
> webrev.
> 4.  Upload that somewhere.
> If you have issues with generating the webrev or posting it, then just
> post the output of hg diff as a patch to the list and I can turn it
> into a webrev for you easily enough.
>> Thanks,
>> Boris
>> 2010/3/30 Boris Dušek <boris.dusek at gmail.com>:
>>> Hello,
>>> this is my first time contributing to Java or Sun (Oracle), so please
>>> forgive me if I am doing something wrong.
>>> I am writing because I met an issue with JSignPdf app and my testing
>>> certificates, which contain non-ASCII characters in my name (and so in CN
>>> field) [1]. So I found it's bug 6522064, and after a bit of hesitation,
>>> ..... (snip)
>>> Please let me know your comments and suggestions.
>>> Thanks,
>>> Boris Dušek
> Hope that helps,

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