What is EJBCA?
EJBCA is an advanced enterprise class open source PKI-implementation (it's a CA!) written in a Java/J2EE environment. The focus for the EJBCA project is to create a flexible, platform independent and scalable CA/RA solution, fulfilling various requirements a large enterprise could have, concerning not only security aspects but also connectivity, administrative delegation and event logging. For current information about the EJBCA project, see http://www.ejbca.org/
The new wiki
This wiki is an online, shared documentation workspace for EJBCA. You are encouraged to insert and update documentation about EJBCA. We have created the menu on the left to ease navigation on the wiki site. Please try to insert your text in the right sections.
… the only limit is your imagination!
This documentation site works in addition to the documentation on the main EJBCA site over at Sourceforge, http://www.ejbca.org/.
Contributions to this public documentation site is encouraged. All contributions count, suggestions, texts, images, anything you can imagine that would make the life of EJBCA users easier.
If you don't want to edit yourself you can send contributions to ejbca(at)primekey.se or subscribe to the EJBCA developers mailinglist (http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=39716) or the discussion forums (http://sourceforge.net/forum/?group_id=39716).
How to start
Maybe you are used to work with a wiki… and maybe not. If you would like to get used to the basics of wiki edition, just go to the sandbox. This space is meant to let you learn by yourself ;-)
You have to register yourself so you can start hacking away on this site. Just register with wikidot.com and apply for membership to the EJBCA wiki using the "How to join this site?" link to the left.
Let's go! This Wiki is for you, we hope you'll enjoy it …
For getting community support with EJBCA, you can visit the above mentioned mailing lists and discussion forums. You can also visit us on IRC in the channet #ejbca at irc.freenode.net.
PrimeKey Solutions AB offers commerical support and professional services for EJBCA and solutions built around it.
There is a blog, mostly with technical stuff, over at http://blog.ejbca.org/.
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