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From Dave Walling <dlwa...@us.ibm.com>
Subject certificate error when using the CMIS Workbench
Date Fri, 15 Aug 2014 13:23:32 GMT
I was told you might be able to help with the following problem.  Thanks 
for any suggestions and let me know if you need any more detail to help 
identify the source of this problem. 

When using the CMIS Workbench to connect to one of our repositories, I am 
getting the following certificate error:



On the same machine I am able to connect to the same repository through 
Java code running on a local Websphere server.  For that, I added the 
appropriate certificate from our repository server to the WebSphere server 
environment and I get no errors. 

Thinking that a similar type of action could solve the Workbench issue I 
have tried the following things:

Adding this to the Java control panel "exception site list" on my machine, 
but that also did not help.



I added it to this row in the workbench.sh file which also did not make 
any difference:

JAVA_OPTS="-Dcmis.workbench.url=http://localhost:8081/inmemory/atom 
-Dcmis.workbench.user=test -Dcmis.workbench.binding=atompub 
-Dcmis.workbench.acceptSelfSignedCertificates=true 
-Djava.net.useSystemProxies=true "


As far as the JVM that is being used, the code that runs successfully does 
run under a different JVM than the Workbench uses:

for the workbench I see this:

com.ibm.system.agent.path = c:\Program Files\IBM\SDP\jdk\jre\bin
com.ibm.vm.bitmode = 64


For my code, which is running in my local websphere environment I have 
this:

C:\Program Files\IBM\SDP\runtimes\base_v7

So that tells me they are not the same which is what I would have 
expected. 




Regards,

David L. (Dave) Walling
C F 0 1 0 1 3 0 - Senior Application Programmer, Global Automation and 
Productivity

Phone: 1-720-395-9755 | Mobile: 1-301-573-3943
E-mail: dlwalli@us.ibm.com
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Bethesda, MD 20817-1827
United States

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