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From "Milind Gadre" <>
Subject Re: Newbie again - Using AdminClient with HTTPS
Date Fri, 28 Feb 2003 21:14:03 GMT

Thanks ... but these instructions are for setting up Tomcat to accept
HTTPS connections. I am using Apache/SSL for the HTTPS part, and Tomcat
for handling the actual SOAP Services. Tomcat as such is invoked via
the Ajp13 interface and is blissfully un-aware of SSL.

So I am back to getting the client to make a HTTPS call...

> Don't know if this will help:
> Sun's WSDP comes with a tutorial with a section on security that
might help
> some -- I believe a lot (if not all) you have to do to setup secure
> communication with your service will be relevant even if you're using
> (as opposed to Sun's JAX-RPC reference implementation). (Of course,
> nothing about using AdminClient there!)
> Here's a link:
> Btw, I'm not reccomending Sun's RI over Axis!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Milind Gadre []
> Sent: Friday, February 28, 2003 1:48 PM
> To:
> Subject: Newbie again - Using AdminClient with HTTPS
> Another newbie cry for help. I would like to use the AdminClient to
> deploy services on a web server running HTTPS. Later, I would like to
> make calls to the same web server to access those deployed services.
> I get a SSLHandshakeException ... it cannot find a trusted
> I know this is a reasonably simple config issue .... but if someone
> would be kind enough to walk me through the steps, I would greatly
> appreciate it.
> And if you are in the SF Bay Area, I will buy you lunch and/or a
> Regards...
> Milind Gadre
> VP Product Development
> ecPlatforms, Inc
> 901 Mariner's Island Blvd, Suite 565
> San Mateo, CA 94404
> C: 510.919.0596
> E:

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