Validating domain objects hibernate part 5

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An entity is a lightweight persistence domain object.

Even if you know that there’s only one certificate that fulfils the search criteria you’ll need to iterate over the collection.

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You should see that it is not trusted any more: IIS certificate not trusted after removing from global CA store " data-medium-file=" w=278" data-large-file=" w=139 139w, w=278 278w" sizes="(max-width: 410px) 100vw, 410px" / If we run the same code again then Build returns false and we get the following validation error: “A certificate chain processed, but terminated in a root certificate which is not trusted by the trust provider.” The message clearly says that the root certificate is not trusted.

A more compact solution The above code lets you fine-grain your chain building logic. NET that provide a more compact way of validating a certificate. w=417" src=" w=630" alt="References for X509 validators" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-5987" srcset=",

Typically, an entity represents a table in a relational database, and each entity instance corresponds to a row in that table.

The primary programming artifact of an entity is the entity class, although entities can use helper classes.

Now remove the certificate from the trusted CA folder.

Then go back to the Personal folder and double-click the IIS certificate. w=410" src=" w=630" alt="IIS certificate not trusted after removing from global CA store" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-5985" srcset=",

Consider the following sample code: You’ll recognise the part of this code where we open the certificate store and load the self-signed derived certificate.

Note that the Find method will return a collection of X509 certificates but there’s no way to extract just a single element from a X509Certificate2Collection object.

Double-click on the following icon: Certificates button in IIS " data-medium-file=" w=300" data-large-file=" w=630&h=262 630w, w=150&h=62 150w, w=300&h=125 300w, w=768&h=319 768w," sizes="(max-width: 630px) 100vw, 630px" / Then click on the following link in the right-hand panel: Create self signed certificate link in IIS " data-medium-file=" w=242" data-large-file=" w=150 150w" sizes="(max-width: 242px) 100vw, 242px" / Provide some friendly name for the certificate and click OK.

The certificate should appear in the Personal folder in the Certificates snap-in after a refresh. w=630" src=" w=630&h=43" alt="Certificate created in IIS visible in MMC snap in" width="630" height="43" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-5983" srcset="

X509Revocation Flag will specify if we want to check the revocation list with or without the CA root.

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