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CertificateRevokedException


compact1, compact2, compact3
java.security.cert

Class CertificateRevokedException

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    Serializable


    public class CertificateRevokedException
    extends CertificateException
    An exception that indicates an X.509 certificate is revoked. A CertificateRevokedException contains additional information about the revoked certificate, such as the date on which the certificate was revoked and the reason it was revoked.
    Since:
    1.7
    See Also:
    CertPathValidatorException, Serialized Form
    • Constructor Detail

      • CertificateRevokedException

        public CertificateRevokedException(Date revocationDate,
                                           CRLReason reason,
                                           X500Principal authority,
                                           Map<String,Extension> extensions)
        Constructs a CertificateRevokedException with the specified revocation date, reason code, authority name, and map of extensions.
        Parameters:
        revocationDate - the date on which the certificate was revoked. The date is copied to protect against subsequent modification.
        reason - the revocation reason
        extensions - a map of X.509 Extensions. Each key is an OID String that maps to the corresponding Extension. The map is copied to prevent subsequent modification.
        authority - the X500Principal that represents the name of the authority that signed the certificate's revocation status information
        Throws:
        NullPointerException - if revocationDate, reason, authority, or extensions is null
    • Method Detail

      • getRevocationDate

        public Date getRevocationDate()
        Returns the date on which the certificate was revoked. A new copy is returned each time the method is invoked to protect against subsequent modification.
        Returns:
        the revocation date
      • getRevocationReason

        public CRLReason getRevocationReason()
        Returns the reason the certificate was revoked.
        Returns:
        the revocation reason
      • getAuthorityName

        public X500Principal getAuthorityName()
        Returns the name of the authority that signed the certificate's revocation status information.
        Returns:
        the X500Principal that represents the name of the authority that signed the certificate's revocation status information
      • getInvalidityDate

        public Date getInvalidityDate()
        Returns the invalidity date, as specified in the Invalidity Date extension of this CertificateRevokedException. The invalidity date is the date on which it is known or suspected that the private key was compromised or that the certificate otherwise became invalid. This implementation calls getExtensions() and checks the returned map for an entry for the Invalidity Date extension OID ("2.5.29.24"). If found, it returns the invalidity date in the extension; otherwise null. A new Date object is returned each time the method is invoked to protect against subsequent modification.
        Returns:
        the invalidity date, or null if not specified
      • getExtensions

        public Map<String,Extension> getExtensions()
        Returns a map of X.509 extensions containing additional information about the revoked certificate, such as the Invalidity Date Extension. Each key is an OID String that maps to the corresponding Extension.
        Returns:
        an unmodifiable map of X.509 extensions, or an empty map if there are no extensions
      • getMessage

        public String getMessage()
        Description copied from class: Throwable
        Returns the detail message string of this throwable.
        Overrides:
        getMessage in class Throwable
        Returns:
        the detail message string of this Throwable instance (which may be null).


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