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Subject Re: RE: Problem in C++ interaction to java webservice over SSL
Date Tue, 13 Jun 2006 16:57:58 GMT
Thanks,Jude. Do you remember making any extra  changes  in the java web 
service or on the C++ client side for SSL? I remember making a change 
for avoiding multiref response on the server side for NON SSL. My 
secure dll(HTTPSSLChannel_D.dll) is getting loaded properly from the 
config file.



----- Original Message -----
From: "Xiong, Zhikang" <>
Date: Tuesday, June 13, 2006 11:59 am
Subject: RE: Problem in C++ interaction to java webservice over SSL

> I don't know what caused the problem but for your information, I 
> was able to call a secured Java web service (hosted by a websphere 
> server) by using the Axis-C 1.6b version. I didn't import or set 
> up any certificate (but I did import the cert when working on a 
> Java client program accessing the same web service). I'm sure that 
> I didn't use the gskit neither.
> I'm not sure if the problem is related to certificate, but if so, 
> shouldn't the error message be something like "Not trusted server..."?
> Thanks,
> Jude
> ________________________________
> From: []
> Sent: Thu 6/8/2006 8:13 PM
> To:
> Subject: Problem in C++ interaction to java webservice over SSL
> Iam having a problem using Axis CPP client interacting
> with a Java web service.I am getting "Not found" error
> when I call my Java web service(websphere environment)
> from C++ client(axis C++ toolkit) over https, it works
> without any problem using the Http. I am wondering if
> it is related to SSL certificates. What value should
> be in the Secureinfo parameter in the axiscpp.conf? I
> converted my server certificate to OpenSSL format and
> entered the filename in the OpenSSL format to my
> openSSL.cnf. Will the value for the certificate be
> taken from axiscpp.conf or the SecureInfo parameter in
> the axiscpp.conf. I have AXIS_DEPLOY and
> Channel_HTTP_SSL parameter set correctly and HTTP
> secure dll loads without any problem. I have the
> latest version of Axis(1.5).I also saw a mention of
> gskit as a prerequisite for C++ web client in the ibm
> site.Is gskit a prerequisite for Axis C++ client, when
> i needs to interact with a webservice in a secure
> webserver(https)?
> Any info will be highly appreciated.
> Thanks
> Santosh.

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