I am trying to import certificate from entrust to tomcat.
Entrust provides a pfk file to us. pfx means Personal Information Exchange, it stores many cryptography objects as a single file. Read more about PKCS #12

To import the  pfx(PKCS_12) to tomcat or other java web server, the easy solution is to convert the pfx(PKCS_12) file to Java Key Store file.
1. Using keytool
Since JDK6, we can use JDK keytool to convert pkcs12 to JKS.
keytool -importkeystore -srckeystore file.pfx -srcstoretype PKCS12 -destkeystore cert.jks -deststoretype JKS
2. Using XWSS
For older JDK, we can use XWSS utility to convert pkcs12 to JKS.
XWSS – XML and WebServices Security Project is part of Project Metro in the Glassfish community. It provide some utility that can be downloaded from here.

Download the pkcs12import.zip, unzip it, we can find pkcs12import.bat.
pkcs12import usage
pkcs12import -file pkcs12-file [ -keystore keystore-file ]
[ -pass pkcs12-password ]   [ -storepass store-password ]  [ -keypass key-password ] [ -alias alias ]

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Add SSL Connector in server.xml


Restart tomcat, and try to access https://localhost/
PKCS 12 Wiki
Converting .pfx Files to .jks Files
How to import PFX file into JKS using pkcs12import utility

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