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Added details to the keystore configuration properties documentation

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luccioman committed Nov 13, 2018
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@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ upnp.remoteHost =
#(of course you need to customize the ips)
bindPort =

# SSL support:
# TLS/SSL support:
#
# For a German manual see http://yacy-websuche.de/wiki/index.php/De:Interface%C3%9CberHTTPS
#
@@ -55,22 +55,33 @@ bindPort =
# 2) Import an existing certificate:
#
# Alternatively you can import an existing certificate in pkcs12 format into
# the keystore.
# the Java keystore.
#
# This can be done by setting the pkcs12XXX properties accordingly, e.g.
# This can be done by setting the pkcs12XXX and keyStoreXXXX properties accordingly, e.g.
# pkcs12ImportFile = c:/temp/keystore.pkcs12
# pkcs12ImportPwd = test
# keyStore = DATA/SETTINGS/keystore.jks
# keyStorePassword = mypwd
#
# If the property keyStore is not specified, then a new keystore file
# DATA/SETTINGS/myPeerKeystore will be created.

# Path to the Java KeyStore (JKS) holding the certificate to use when TLS/SSL is enabled on the server (server.https=true)
keyStore=defaults/freeworldKeystore

# Password to access the Java KeyStore (JKS)
keyStorePassword=freeworld
pkcs12ImportFile =

# Path to a PKCS #12 keystore holding a certificate to import into the Java KeyStore
# This property is automatically reset to empty once the import has been successfully completed
pkcs12ImportFile =

# Password to access a PKCS #12 keystore holding a certificate to import
# This property is automatically reset to empty once the import has been successfully completed
pkcs12ImportPwd =

# the keyStore is only used, if server.https is set to true
# if server.https=true, then the YaCy web interface is available at
# The Java KeyStore is only used, if server.https is set to true.
# If server.https=true, then the YaCy web interface is available at
# https://localhost:<port.ssl>/ and at http://localhost:<port>/
server.https=false

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