Java - Embeded Pkcs in FTP

Hi, I need to embeded routine to handle the PKCS certificate in my FTP. I am not sure how PKCS works in FTP. Can anyone give me some ideas or point me to the right site where I can find some example codes in using PKCS in FTP?
or anyone can write the code and show me will be great.

Thanks.
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girionisCommented:
Have a look here http://www.openssh.com/java.html for some implementations and sampel source code.
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askJavaAuthor Commented:
It doesn't help.

What I am trying to do is read the certificate and sigon to FTP Server using SSL.

I am able to read the data in the cert. but after that, I am not sure what to do.

Any ideas ?
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girionisCommented:
> It doesn't help.

Do you get any error messages? What do you mean it does not help?
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askJavaAuthor Commented:
I am trying to implement Secure FTP via SSL. I am able to read the Certificate information but after reading the certificate, I am not sure what to do next. I am new to SSL or security. I got the FTP working... I need some help in understand once I read the certificate, do I need to transmit the data in the certificate to the server ?

Thanks.
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girionisCommented:
>  I need some help in understand once I read the certificate, do I need to transmit the data in the certificate to the server ?

You only need to transmit the data you usualyl transmit. The certificate is there to make sure that the data read/sent is from a trusted source. Once you obtain the certificate and open the connection you then send data as normal to the server.
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askJavaAuthor Commented:
I will give it a try... and get back to you. Thanks.
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