Here is the command line to create a pfx file with the Java keytool. This assumes that you have jdk 1.7.0_79 installed under your C:\Program Files folder.

```"C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_79\bin\keytool" -genkeypair -keystore signature.pfx -storepass mypassword -storetype pkcs12 -alias myalias -dname "cn=John Smith, ou=Google, o=Google, c=US"
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Using the signature.pfx file generated above, you can add a digital signature to a PDF using Qoppa’s jPDFSecure with the sample Java code below:

```// Load the document PDFSecure pdfDoc = new PDFSecure ("C:\\Users\\MyUserName\\input.pdf", null);   // Load the keystore that contains the digital id to use in signing FileInputStream pkcs12Stream = new FileInputStream ("C:\\Users\\MyUserName\\signature.pfx"); KeyStore store = KeyStore.getInstance("PKCS12"); store.load(pkcs12Stream, "mypassword".toCharArray()); pkcs12Stream.close();   // Create signing information SigningInformation signInfo = new SigningInformation (store, "myalias", "mypassword"); // Create signature field on the first page Rectangle2D signBounds = new Rectangle2D.Double (36, 36, 144, 48); SignatureField signField = pdfDoc.addSignatureField(0, "signature", signBounds);   // Apply digital signature pdfDoc.signDocument(signField, signInfo);   // Save the document pdfDoc.saveDocument ("C:\\Users\\MyUserName\\output.pdf");```