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Importing server certificate into Java client

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   I have an urgent question regarding SSL certificates. I have a web service that uses an SSL certificate (call it "server.cer")...how can I import that into a Java client program without having to manually retrieve it? Are there any way to code the task into the Java client program? The server doesn't need to authenticate the client, the client only needs to "trust" the server...

Any help is appreciated!
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