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Starting apache derby with SSL encryption

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Hi,
As mentioned in the Derby tuning guide, its possible to start the derby server in the way that is accepts only ssl connections.

Its only required to give at startup a java keystore and a the keystores password.

My question is, how does the server know wich key is to use from the given keystore ??
I thought that there is a java property that has to be set before startup and that indicates wich key from the given keystore, has to be used.

Thanks im advance.

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