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From Magnus Palmér <>
Subject Re: Disable CertificateValidation when Routing to HTTPS endpoint
Date Wed, 22 Jun 2011 07:58:16 GMT

I was just about to ask a similiar question after being up all night trying
to get my https4 URI to work.

I get this:

> peer not authenticated

There are several posts to be found via Google, some specific for Camel, and
I've tried several others but must be missing something.
Can't find a complete working example for self signed certificates though.
I am at a loss right now after trying out a lot of different approaches.
If anyone could point me in the right direction so I can get a fresh start
again I will be most thankful.
(Using Camel 2.7.2)

Kind regards, Magnus Palmér

P.S. Yes, I've seen this:
I've also read the
Tried to make something out of the test sourcecode for http4 but so far
Also read this:

2011/6/22 ychawla <>

> Does the server require a client certificate?  If so, you need to get the
> Certificate Authority to provide you one.
> If the server just has an SSL Server certificate that is not in your
> truststore, you can use HTTP conduit to configure your truststore to accept
> the certificate or add the certificate to your default truststore.
> More info on CXF and HTTP Conduit here:
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Brgds, Magnus Palmér

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