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From Selvaratnam Uthaiyashankar <uthaiyashan...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: SSL configuration question
Date Thu, 01 Oct 2009 03:01:43 GMT
Hi,

It seems Axis2/C engine (client side) is not configured with
--enable-openssl=yes. Is there any errors when you configure? Can you
configure with --enable-openssl=yes again and see?

Regards,
Shankar

On Sun, Sep 27, 2009 at 8:14 AM,  <gsherwood@att.net> wrote:
> I have been using axis2c-src-1.6.0 for a few days with an existing service
> running Red Hat EL 4.7 and Apache2 httpd-2.0.63. Axis2/C is deployed as an
> Apache2 module. The samples and hello work with http transport, but I have
> not run https successfully with axis2 yet. The problem appears to be similar
> to that reported 2009-05-14 by chankm (Kwang Mien), but there does not seem
> to be a response to that message in the archive. Can anyone explain why
> axis2c is not using https here?
> Thanks for the help.
> George Sherwood
>
> I am using a test system with a self-signed certificate. SSL is working with
> httpd; e.g. https://64.232.245.115/pub/promos.php is accessed as expected
> from a remote browser. However SSL does not appear to be configured
> correctly for axis2.
>
> Both of the following commands seem to run OK.
> ./echo http://64.232.245.115/axis2/services/echo
> ./hello http://64.232.245.115/axis2/services/hello
>
> But the responses for the corresponding https endpoints do not.
> ./echo https://64.232.245.115:443/axis2/services/echo
> yields "echo client invoke FAILED!"
> ./hello https://64.232.245.115:443/axis2/services/hello
> yields "hello client invoke FAILED!"
>
> The echo.log contains the following lines.
> [Sat Sep 26 20:01:13 2009] [error] http_client.c(271) Transport protocol is
> unsupported by axis2
> [Sat Sep 26 20:01:13 2009] [error] http_client.c(272) Invalid Transport
> Protocol, HTTPS transport not enabled.
> [Sat Sep 26 20:01:13 2009] [error] http_client.c(544) client data stream
> null or socket error for host 64.232.245.115 and 443 port
> [Sat Sep 26 20:01:13 2009] [error] http_client.c(548) A read attempt(HTTP)
> for the reply without sending the request
> [Sat Sep 26 20:01:13 2009] [error] http_sender.c(1381) status_code < 0
> [Sat Sep 26 20:01:13 2009] [error] engine.c(179) Transport sender invoke
> failed
> [Sat Sep 26 20:01:13 2009] [error] echo.c(145) Stub invoke FAILED: Error
> code: 75 :: A read attempt(HTTP) for the reply without sending the request
>
> And the hello_client.log contains the following lines.
> [Sat Sep 26 20:17:19 2009] [error] http_client.c(271) Transport protocol is
> unsupported by axis2
> [Sat Sep 26 20:17:19 2009] [error] http_client.c(272) Invalid Transport
> Protocol, HTTPS transport not enabled.
> [Sat Sep 26 20:17:19 2009] [error] http_client.c(544) client data stream
> null or socket error for host 64.232.245.115 and 443 port
> [Sat Sep 26 20:17:19 2009] [error] http_client.c(548) A read attempt(HTTP)
> for the reply without sending the request
> [Sat Sep 26 20:17:19 2009] [error] http_sender.c(1381) status_code < 0
> [Sat Sep 26 20:17:19 2009] [error] engine.c(179) Transport sender invoke
> failed
> [Sat Sep 26 20:17:19 2009] [error] hello.c(94) Stub invoke FAILED: Error
> code: 75 :: A read attempt(HTTP) for the reply without sending the request
>
> Relevant lines from the axis2.xml file are:
>     <transportReceiver name="https" class="axis2_http_receiver">
>         <parameter name="port" locked="false">443</parameter>
>         <parameter name="exposeHeaders" locked="true">false</parameter>
>     </transportReceiver>
> ...
>     <transportSender name="https" class="axis2_http_sender">
>         <parameter name="PROTOCOL" locked="false">HTTP/1.1</parameter>
>     </transportSender>
>     <parameter
> name="SERVER_CERT">/usr/local/apache2/conf/ssl.crt/64.232.245.115.crt</parameter>
>
> Both the server module and SSL client were configured with openssl enabled.
> Details are available if needed.
>



-- 
S.Uthaiyashankar
Software Architect
WSO2 Inc.
http://wso2.com/ - "The Open Source SOA Company"

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