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From pchakinala <>
Subject RE: camel-http4 peer notauthenticated
Date Wed, 29 Feb 2012 11:17:12 GMT
Hi Babak,

Thank you for response. We used same keystore to connect same third party
service using servimix-htpp provider component. We observed issue when
working with camel-http4 component only.




From: Babak Vahdat [via Camel]
Sent: Wednesday, February 29, 2012 3:29 PM
To: pchakinala
Subject: Re: camel-http4 peer



Your trust-store file doesn't contain the X509 certificate of the peer
you're calling through camel-http4. Using keytool [1] you can verify the
content of your trust-store file as well as add the peer's certificate into

And if the peer's certificate is already signed through a CA (like Verisign
or Thawte) then adding the root and intermedidate certificates of that given
CA should be already enough. If not then just import the peer's certificate
itself into your trust-store. 




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