When using embedded PDP mode, the key store containing the client certificate is represented in the PingAuthorize Server configuration as a Key Manager Provider, which is then assigned to the Policy Decision Service.

The following example creates a Key Manager Provider named MyClientCertKeystore and makes it available to the policy engine.

dsconfig create-key-manager-provider \
 --provider-name MyClientCertKeystore \
 --type file-based \
 --set enabled:true \
 --set key-store-file:<full path to a key store> \
 --set key-store-type:JKS \
 --set key-store-pin:<key store password>
dsconfig set-policy-decision-service-prop \
 --set service-key-store:MyClientCertKeystore

When you define the PIP in the Trust Framework, you can refer to the key store that you configured, using the name MyClientCertKeystore.

Screen capture of the Certificate Validation section showing the configured key store.