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Old 11-14-2007, 05:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know where I can find a comprehensive list of the different type of information stored in the BES configuration database. I'm looking to see how to handle security certificates to authenticate sessions for an MDS application and want to figure out how the BES will handle this. Would they be contained in the configuration database? Any ideas?
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Does anyone know where I can find a comprehensive list of the different type of information stored in the BES configuration database. I'm looking to see how to handle security certificates to authenticate sessions for an MDS application and want to figure out how the BES will handle this. Would they be contained in the configuration database? Any ideas?
The best place to find it would be to open Enterprise Manager and drill down through the tables.

RIM doesn't publish a list of exactly what is in the table; but some obvious things are:

license keys
server names
users
user metadata / stats
server / application configuration info
Encryption keys

Are you looking to add a certificate to the MDS certificate store ?
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On the certification front, I suspect that you need to be in Java rather than SQL land. There's a bit of information in the current admin PDF (search for "keytool" and it'll get you to the relevant section) about how certification is handled.

However, at that point it whooshes over my head so in answer to your specific question - I haven't a clue.
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