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 package com.amazonaws.services.cloudfront.model;
 

A complex type that contains information about viewer certificates for this distribution.

 
 public class ViewerCertificate implements SerializableCloneable {

    
If you want viewers to use HTTPS to request your objects and you're using an alternate domain name in your object URLs (for example, https://example.com/logo.jpg), specify the IAM certificate identifier of the custom viewer certificate for this distribution. Specify either this value or CloudFrontDefaultCertificate.
 
     private String iAMCertificateId;

    
If you want viewers to use HTTPS to request your objects and you're using the CloudFront domain name of your distribution in your object URLs (for example, https://d111111abcdef8.cloudfront.net/logo.jpg), set to true. Omit this value if you are setting an IAMCertificateId.
 
     private Boolean cloudFrontDefaultCertificate;

    
If you specify a value for IAMCertificateId, you must also specify how you want CloudFront to serve HTTPS requests. Valid values are vip and sni-only. If you specify vip, CloudFront uses dedicated IP addresses for your content and can respond to HTTPS requests from any viewer. However, you must request permission to use this feature, and you incur additional monthly charges. If you specify sni-only, CloudFront can only respond to HTTPS requests from viewers that support Server Name Indication (SNI). All modern browsers support SNI, but some browsers still in use don't support SNI. Do not specify a value for SSLSupportMethod if you specified true for CloudFrontDefaultCertificate.

Constraints:
Allowed Values: sni-only, vip

 
     private String sSLSupportMethod;

    
Specify the minimum version of the SSL protocol that you want CloudFront to use, SSLv3 or TLSv1, for HTTPS connections. CloudFront will serve your objects only to browsers or devices that support at least the SSL version that you specify. The TLSv1 protocol is more secure, so we recommend that you specify SSLv3 only if your users are using browsers or devices that don't support TLSv1. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using dedicated IP (if you specify vip for SSLSupportMethod), you can choose SSLv3 or TLSv1 as the MinimumProtocolVersion. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using SNI (if you specify sni-only for SSLSupportMethod), you must specify TLSv1 for MinimumProtocolVersion.

Constraints:
Allowed Values: SSLv3, TLSv1

 
     private String minimumProtocolVersion;

    
If you want viewers to use HTTPS to request your objects and you're using an alternate domain name in your object URLs (for example, https://example.com/logo.jpg), specify the IAM certificate identifier of the custom viewer certificate for this distribution. Specify either this value or CloudFrontDefaultCertificate.

Returns:
If you want viewers to use HTTPS to request your objects and you're using an alternate domain name in your object URLs (for example, https://example.com/logo.jpg), specify the IAM certificate identifier of the custom viewer certificate for this distribution. Specify either this value or CloudFrontDefaultCertificate.
 
     public String getIAMCertificateId() {
         return ;
     }
    
    
If you want viewers to use HTTPS to request your objects and you're using an alternate domain name in your object URLs (for example, https://example.com/logo.jpg), specify the IAM certificate identifier of the custom viewer certificate for this distribution. Specify either this value or CloudFrontDefaultCertificate.

Parameters:
iAMCertificateId If you want viewers to use HTTPS to request your objects and you're using an alternate domain name in your object URLs (for example, https://example.com/logo.jpg), specify the IAM certificate identifier of the custom viewer certificate for this distribution. Specify either this value or CloudFrontDefaultCertificate.
    public void setIAMCertificateId(String iAMCertificateId) {
        this. = iAMCertificateId;
    }
    
    
If you want viewers to use HTTPS to request your objects and you're using an alternate domain name in your object URLs (for example, https://example.com/logo.jpg), specify the IAM certificate identifier of the custom viewer certificate for this distribution. Specify either this value or CloudFrontDefaultCertificate.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Parameters:
iAMCertificateId If you want viewers to use HTTPS to request your objects and you're using an alternate domain name in your object URLs (for example, https://example.com/logo.jpg), specify the IAM certificate identifier of the custom viewer certificate for this distribution. Specify either this value or CloudFrontDefaultCertificate.
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
    public ViewerCertificate withIAMCertificateId(String iAMCertificateId) {
        this. = iAMCertificateId;
        return this;
    }

    
If you want viewers to use HTTPS to request your objects and you're using the CloudFront domain name of your distribution in your object URLs (for example, https://d111111abcdef8.cloudfront.net/logo.jpg), set to true. Omit this value if you are setting an IAMCertificateId.

Returns:
If you want viewers to use HTTPS to request your objects and you're using the CloudFront domain name of your distribution in your object URLs (for example, https://d111111abcdef8.cloudfront.net/logo.jpg), set to true. Omit this value if you are setting an IAMCertificateId.
        return ;
    }
    
    
If you want viewers to use HTTPS to request your objects and you're using the CloudFront domain name of your distribution in your object URLs (for example, https://d111111abcdef8.cloudfront.net/logo.jpg), set to true. Omit this value if you are setting an IAMCertificateId.

Parameters:
cloudFrontDefaultCertificate If you want viewers to use HTTPS to request your objects and you're using the CloudFront domain name of your distribution in your object URLs (for example, https://d111111abcdef8.cloudfront.net/logo.jpg), set to true. Omit this value if you are setting an IAMCertificateId.
    public void setCloudFrontDefaultCertificate(Boolean cloudFrontDefaultCertificate) {
        this. = cloudFrontDefaultCertificate;
    }
    
    
If you want viewers to use HTTPS to request your objects and you're using the CloudFront domain name of your distribution in your object URLs (for example, https://d111111abcdef8.cloudfront.net/logo.jpg), set to true. Omit this value if you are setting an IAMCertificateId.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Parameters:
cloudFrontDefaultCertificate If you want viewers to use HTTPS to request your objects and you're using the CloudFront domain name of your distribution in your object URLs (for example, https://d111111abcdef8.cloudfront.net/logo.jpg), set to true. Omit this value if you are setting an IAMCertificateId.
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
    public ViewerCertificate withCloudFrontDefaultCertificate(Boolean cloudFrontDefaultCertificate) {
        this. = cloudFrontDefaultCertificate;
        return this;
    }

    
If you want viewers to use HTTPS to request your objects and you're using the CloudFront domain name of your distribution in your object URLs (for example, https://d111111abcdef8.cloudfront.net/logo.jpg), set to true. Omit this value if you are setting an IAMCertificateId.

Returns:
If you want viewers to use HTTPS to request your objects and you're using the CloudFront domain name of your distribution in your object URLs (for example, https://d111111abcdef8.cloudfront.net/logo.jpg), set to true. Omit this value if you are setting an IAMCertificateId.
        return ;
    }

    
If you specify a value for IAMCertificateId, you must also specify how you want CloudFront to serve HTTPS requests. Valid values are vip and sni-only. If you specify vip, CloudFront uses dedicated IP addresses for your content and can respond to HTTPS requests from any viewer. However, you must request permission to use this feature, and you incur additional monthly charges. If you specify sni-only, CloudFront can only respond to HTTPS requests from viewers that support Server Name Indication (SNI). All modern browsers support SNI, but some browsers still in use don't support SNI. Do not specify a value for SSLSupportMethod if you specified true for CloudFrontDefaultCertificate.

Constraints:
Allowed Values: sni-only, vip

Returns:
If you specify a value for IAMCertificateId, you must also specify how you want CloudFront to serve HTTPS requests. Valid values are vip and sni-only. If you specify vip, CloudFront uses dedicated IP addresses for your content and can respond to HTTPS requests from any viewer. However, you must request permission to use this feature, and you incur additional monthly charges. If you specify sni-only, CloudFront can only respond to HTTPS requests from viewers that support Server Name Indication (SNI). All modern browsers support SNI, but some browsers still in use don't support SNI. Do not specify a value for SSLSupportMethod if you specified true for CloudFrontDefaultCertificate.
See also:
SSLSupportMethod
    public String getSSLSupportMethod() {
        return ;
    }
    
    
If you specify a value for IAMCertificateId, you must also specify how you want CloudFront to serve HTTPS requests. Valid values are vip and sni-only. If you specify vip, CloudFront uses dedicated IP addresses for your content and can respond to HTTPS requests from any viewer. However, you must request permission to use this feature, and you incur additional monthly charges. If you specify sni-only, CloudFront can only respond to HTTPS requests from viewers that support Server Name Indication (SNI). All modern browsers support SNI, but some browsers still in use don't support SNI. Do not specify a value for SSLSupportMethod if you specified true for CloudFrontDefaultCertificate.

Constraints:
Allowed Values: sni-only, vip

Parameters:
sSLSupportMethod If you specify a value for IAMCertificateId, you must also specify how you want CloudFront to serve HTTPS requests. Valid values are vip and sni-only. If you specify vip, CloudFront uses dedicated IP addresses for your content and can respond to HTTPS requests from any viewer. However, you must request permission to use this feature, and you incur additional monthly charges. If you specify sni-only, CloudFront can only respond to HTTPS requests from viewers that support Server Name Indication (SNI). All modern browsers support SNI, but some browsers still in use don't support SNI. Do not specify a value for SSLSupportMethod if you specified true for CloudFrontDefaultCertificate.
See also:
SSLSupportMethod
    public void setSSLSupportMethod(String sSLSupportMethod) {
        this. = sSLSupportMethod;
    }
    
    
If you specify a value for IAMCertificateId, you must also specify how you want CloudFront to serve HTTPS requests. Valid values are vip and sni-only. If you specify vip, CloudFront uses dedicated IP addresses for your content and can respond to HTTPS requests from any viewer. However, you must request permission to use this feature, and you incur additional monthly charges. If you specify sni-only, CloudFront can only respond to HTTPS requests from viewers that support Server Name Indication (SNI). All modern browsers support SNI, but some browsers still in use don't support SNI. Do not specify a value for SSLSupportMethod if you specified true for CloudFrontDefaultCertificate.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Allowed Values: sni-only, vip

Parameters:
sSLSupportMethod If you specify a value for IAMCertificateId, you must also specify how you want CloudFront to serve HTTPS requests. Valid values are vip and sni-only. If you specify vip, CloudFront uses dedicated IP addresses for your content and can respond to HTTPS requests from any viewer. However, you must request permission to use this feature, and you incur additional monthly charges. If you specify sni-only, CloudFront can only respond to HTTPS requests from viewers that support Server Name Indication (SNI). All modern browsers support SNI, but some browsers still in use don't support SNI. Do not specify a value for SSLSupportMethod if you specified true for CloudFrontDefaultCertificate.
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
See also:
SSLSupportMethod
    public ViewerCertificate withSSLSupportMethod(String sSLSupportMethod) {
        this. = sSLSupportMethod;
        return this;
    }

    
If you specify a value for IAMCertificateId, you must also specify how you want CloudFront to serve HTTPS requests. Valid values are vip and sni-only. If you specify vip, CloudFront uses dedicated IP addresses for your content and can respond to HTTPS requests from any viewer. However, you must request permission to use this feature, and you incur additional monthly charges. If you specify sni-only, CloudFront can only respond to HTTPS requests from viewers that support Server Name Indication (SNI). All modern browsers support SNI, but some browsers still in use don't support SNI. Do not specify a value for SSLSupportMethod if you specified true for CloudFrontDefaultCertificate.

Constraints:
Allowed Values: sni-only, vip

Parameters:
sSLSupportMethod If you specify a value for IAMCertificateId, you must also specify how you want CloudFront to serve HTTPS requests. Valid values are vip and sni-only. If you specify vip, CloudFront uses dedicated IP addresses for your content and can respond to HTTPS requests from any viewer. However, you must request permission to use this feature, and you incur additional monthly charges. If you specify sni-only, CloudFront can only respond to HTTPS requests from viewers that support Server Name Indication (SNI). All modern browsers support SNI, but some browsers still in use don't support SNI. Do not specify a value for SSLSupportMethod if you specified true for CloudFrontDefaultCertificate.
See also:
SSLSupportMethod
    public void setSSLSupportMethod(SSLSupportMethod sSLSupportMethod) {
        this. = sSLSupportMethod.toString();
    }
    
    
If you specify a value for IAMCertificateId, you must also specify how you want CloudFront to serve HTTPS requests. Valid values are vip and sni-only. If you specify vip, CloudFront uses dedicated IP addresses for your content and can respond to HTTPS requests from any viewer. However, you must request permission to use this feature, and you incur additional monthly charges. If you specify sni-only, CloudFront can only respond to HTTPS requests from viewers that support Server Name Indication (SNI). All modern browsers support SNI, but some browsers still in use don't support SNI. Do not specify a value for SSLSupportMethod if you specified true for CloudFrontDefaultCertificate.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Allowed Values: sni-only, vip

Parameters:
sSLSupportMethod If you specify a value for IAMCertificateId, you must also specify how you want CloudFront to serve HTTPS requests. Valid values are vip and sni-only. If you specify vip, CloudFront uses dedicated IP addresses for your content and can respond to HTTPS requests from any viewer. However, you must request permission to use this feature, and you incur additional monthly charges. If you specify sni-only, CloudFront can only respond to HTTPS requests from viewers that support Server Name Indication (SNI). All modern browsers support SNI, but some browsers still in use don't support SNI. Do not specify a value for SSLSupportMethod if you specified true for CloudFrontDefaultCertificate.
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
See also:
SSLSupportMethod
    public ViewerCertificate withSSLSupportMethod(SSLSupportMethod sSLSupportMethod) {
        this. = sSLSupportMethod.toString();
        return this;
    }

    
Specify the minimum version of the SSL protocol that you want CloudFront to use, SSLv3 or TLSv1, for HTTPS connections. CloudFront will serve your objects only to browsers or devices that support at least the SSL version that you specify. The TLSv1 protocol is more secure, so we recommend that you specify SSLv3 only if your users are using browsers or devices that don't support TLSv1. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using dedicated IP (if you specify vip for SSLSupportMethod), you can choose SSLv3 or TLSv1 as the MinimumProtocolVersion. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using SNI (if you specify sni-only for SSLSupportMethod), you must specify TLSv1 for MinimumProtocolVersion.

Constraints:
Allowed Values: SSLv3, TLSv1

Returns:
Specify the minimum version of the SSL protocol that you want CloudFront to use, SSLv3 or TLSv1, for HTTPS connections. CloudFront will serve your objects only to browsers or devices that support at least the SSL version that you specify. The TLSv1 protocol is more secure, so we recommend that you specify SSLv3 only if your users are using browsers or devices that don't support TLSv1. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using dedicated IP (if you specify vip for SSLSupportMethod), you can choose SSLv3 or TLSv1 as the MinimumProtocolVersion. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using SNI (if you specify sni-only for SSLSupportMethod), you must specify TLSv1 for MinimumProtocolVersion.
See also:
MinimumProtocolVersion
    public String getMinimumProtocolVersion() {
        return ;
    }
    
    
Specify the minimum version of the SSL protocol that you want CloudFront to use, SSLv3 or TLSv1, for HTTPS connections. CloudFront will serve your objects only to browsers or devices that support at least the SSL version that you specify. The TLSv1 protocol is more secure, so we recommend that you specify SSLv3 only if your users are using browsers or devices that don't support TLSv1. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using dedicated IP (if you specify vip for SSLSupportMethod), you can choose SSLv3 or TLSv1 as the MinimumProtocolVersion. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using SNI (if you specify sni-only for SSLSupportMethod), you must specify TLSv1 for MinimumProtocolVersion.

Constraints:
Allowed Values: SSLv3, TLSv1

Parameters:
minimumProtocolVersion Specify the minimum version of the SSL protocol that you want CloudFront to use, SSLv3 or TLSv1, for HTTPS connections. CloudFront will serve your objects only to browsers or devices that support at least the SSL version that you specify. The TLSv1 protocol is more secure, so we recommend that you specify SSLv3 only if your users are using browsers or devices that don't support TLSv1. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using dedicated IP (if you specify vip for SSLSupportMethod), you can choose SSLv3 or TLSv1 as the MinimumProtocolVersion. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using SNI (if you specify sni-only for SSLSupportMethod), you must specify TLSv1 for MinimumProtocolVersion.
See also:
MinimumProtocolVersion
    public void setMinimumProtocolVersion(String minimumProtocolVersion) {
        this. = minimumProtocolVersion;
    }
    
    
Specify the minimum version of the SSL protocol that you want CloudFront to use, SSLv3 or TLSv1, for HTTPS connections. CloudFront will serve your objects only to browsers or devices that support at least the SSL version that you specify. The TLSv1 protocol is more secure, so we recommend that you specify SSLv3 only if your users are using browsers or devices that don't support TLSv1. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using dedicated IP (if you specify vip for SSLSupportMethod), you can choose SSLv3 or TLSv1 as the MinimumProtocolVersion. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using SNI (if you specify sni-only for SSLSupportMethod), you must specify TLSv1 for MinimumProtocolVersion.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Allowed Values: SSLv3, TLSv1

Parameters:
minimumProtocolVersion Specify the minimum version of the SSL protocol that you want CloudFront to use, SSLv3 or TLSv1, for HTTPS connections. CloudFront will serve your objects only to browsers or devices that support at least the SSL version that you specify. The TLSv1 protocol is more secure, so we recommend that you specify SSLv3 only if your users are using browsers or devices that don't support TLSv1. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using dedicated IP (if you specify vip for SSLSupportMethod), you can choose SSLv3 or TLSv1 as the MinimumProtocolVersion. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using SNI (if you specify sni-only for SSLSupportMethod), you must specify TLSv1 for MinimumProtocolVersion.
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
See also:
MinimumProtocolVersion
    public ViewerCertificate withMinimumProtocolVersion(String minimumProtocolVersion) {
        this. = minimumProtocolVersion;
        return this;
    }

    
Specify the minimum version of the SSL protocol that you want CloudFront to use, SSLv3 or TLSv1, for HTTPS connections. CloudFront will serve your objects only to browsers or devices that support at least the SSL version that you specify. The TLSv1 protocol is more secure, so we recommend that you specify SSLv3 only if your users are using browsers or devices that don't support TLSv1. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using dedicated IP (if you specify vip for SSLSupportMethod), you can choose SSLv3 or TLSv1 as the MinimumProtocolVersion. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using SNI (if you specify sni-only for SSLSupportMethod), you must specify TLSv1 for MinimumProtocolVersion.

Constraints:
Allowed Values: SSLv3, TLSv1

Parameters:
minimumProtocolVersion Specify the minimum version of the SSL protocol that you want CloudFront to use, SSLv3 or TLSv1, for HTTPS connections. CloudFront will serve your objects only to browsers or devices that support at least the SSL version that you specify. The TLSv1 protocol is more secure, so we recommend that you specify SSLv3 only if your users are using browsers or devices that don't support TLSv1. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using dedicated IP (if you specify vip for SSLSupportMethod), you can choose SSLv3 or TLSv1 as the MinimumProtocolVersion. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using SNI (if you specify sni-only for SSLSupportMethod), you must specify TLSv1 for MinimumProtocolVersion.
See also:
MinimumProtocolVersion
    public void setMinimumProtocolVersion(MinimumProtocolVersion minimumProtocolVersion) {
        this. = minimumProtocolVersion.toString();
    }
    
    
Specify the minimum version of the SSL protocol that you want CloudFront to use, SSLv3 or TLSv1, for HTTPS connections. CloudFront will serve your objects only to browsers or devices that support at least the SSL version that you specify. The TLSv1 protocol is more secure, so we recommend that you specify SSLv3 only if your users are using browsers or devices that don't support TLSv1. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using dedicated IP (if you specify vip for SSLSupportMethod), you can choose SSLv3 or TLSv1 as the MinimumProtocolVersion. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using SNI (if you specify sni-only for SSLSupportMethod), you must specify TLSv1 for MinimumProtocolVersion.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Allowed Values: SSLv3, TLSv1

Parameters:
minimumProtocolVersion Specify the minimum version of the SSL protocol that you want CloudFront to use, SSLv3 or TLSv1, for HTTPS connections. CloudFront will serve your objects only to browsers or devices that support at least the SSL version that you specify. The TLSv1 protocol is more secure, so we recommend that you specify SSLv3 only if your users are using browsers or devices that don't support TLSv1. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using dedicated IP (if you specify vip for SSLSupportMethod), you can choose SSLv3 or TLSv1 as the MinimumProtocolVersion. If you're using a custom certificate (if you specify a value for IAMCertificateId) and if you're using SNI (if you specify sni-only for SSLSupportMethod), you must specify TLSv1 for MinimumProtocolVersion.
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
See also:
MinimumProtocolVersion
    public ViewerCertificate withMinimumProtocolVersion(MinimumProtocolVersion minimumProtocolVersion) {
        this. = minimumProtocolVersion.toString();
        return this;
    }

    
Returns a string representation of this object; useful for testing and debugging.

Returns:
A string representation of this object.
See also:
java.lang.Object.toString()
    @Override
    public String toString() {
        StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
        sb.append("{");
        if (getIAMCertificateId() != nullsb.append("IAMCertificateId: " + getIAMCertificateId() + ",");
        if (isCloudFrontDefaultCertificate() != nullsb.append("CloudFrontDefaultCertificate: " + isCloudFrontDefaultCertificate() + ",");
        if (getSSLSupportMethod() != nullsb.append("SSLSupportMethod: " + getSSLSupportMethod() + ",");
        if (getMinimumProtocolVersion() != nullsb.append("MinimumProtocolVersion: " + getMinimumProtocolVersion() );
        sb.append("}");
        return sb.toString();
    }
    
    @Override
    public int hashCode() {
        final int prime = 31;
        int hashCode = 1;
        
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getIAMCertificateId() == null) ? 0 : getIAMCertificateId().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((isCloudFrontDefaultCertificate() == null) ? 0 : isCloudFrontDefaultCertificate().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getSSLSupportMethod() == null) ? 0 : getSSLSupportMethod().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getMinimumProtocolVersion() == null) ? 0 : getMinimumProtocolVersion().hashCode()); 
        return hashCode;
    }
    
    @Override
    public boolean equals(Object obj) {
        if (this == objreturn true;
        if (obj == nullreturn false;
        if (obj instanceof ViewerCertificate == falsereturn false;
        ViewerCertificate other = (ViewerCertificate)obj;
        
        if (other.getIAMCertificateId() == null ^ this.getIAMCertificateId() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getIAMCertificateId() != null && other.getIAMCertificateId().equals(this.getIAMCertificateId()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.isCloudFrontDefaultCertificate() == null ^ this.isCloudFrontDefaultCertificate() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.isCloudFrontDefaultCertificate() != null && other.isCloudFrontDefaultCertificate().equals(this.isCloudFrontDefaultCertificate()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getSSLSupportMethod() == null ^ this.getSSLSupportMethod() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getSSLSupportMethod() != null && other.getSSLSupportMethod().equals(this.getSSLSupportMethod()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getMinimumProtocolVersion() == null ^ this.getMinimumProtocolVersion() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getMinimumProtocolVersion() != null && other.getMinimumProtocolVersion().equals(this.getMinimumProtocolVersion()) == falsereturn false
        return true;
    }
    
    @Override
    public ViewerCertificate clone() {
        try {
            return (ViewerCertificatesuper.clone();
        
        } catch (CloneNotSupportedException e) {
            throw new IllegalStateException(
                    "Got a CloneNotSupportedException from Object.clone() "
                    + "even though we're Cloneable!",
                    e);
        }
        
    }
}
    
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