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From <stevenspen...@hushmail.com>
Subject Re: Accessing an https URL from my jsp page
Date Sun, 26 Mar 2006 09:50:44 GMT
Thank you so much for your help Aaron, that works!
Out of curiosity - do you know if this is documented somewhere that 
I should have found it?
Oh and the default password for this keystore seems to be "secret" 
in case anyone else has this prob.
Thanks again,
Steven Spencer

On Sat, 25 Mar 2006 22:49:38 -0800 Aaron Mulder 
<ammulder@alumni.princeton.edu> wrote:
>So is the problem that the HTTPS server certificate is not trusted
>until you configure something for your SSL client?  You might be 
>able
>to import the CA cert for the server into the default trust store 
>at
>var/security/keystore (at least, that's where it is for now; it 
>will
>be moved in Geronimo 1.2).
>
>Thanks,
>    Aaron
>
>On 3/25/06, stevenspencer@hushmail.com 
><stevenspencer@hushmail.com> wrote:
>> I just can't figure out how I can access an https URL from a jsp
>> page.  I've tried everything.  For example,
>>
>> <c:import url="https://www.my-ssl-url-here.com/"/>
>>
>> always results in:
>>
>> javax.servlet.ServletException: javax.servlet.jsp.JspException:
>> Problem accessing the absolute URL "https://www.my-ssl-url-
>> here.com/". javax.net.ssl.SSLHandshakeException:
>> sun.security.validator.ValidatorException: PKIX path building
>> failed: 
>sun.security.provider.certpath.SunCertPathBuilderException:
>> unable to find valid certification path to requested target
>>
>> What I'm really trying to do is use a JAR file which downloads a
>> file over https, but I figure I might as well get <c:imiport/>
>> working first...
>>
>> After hours and hours of googling and trying everything I can 
>find,
>> I have gotten nowhere.  There's no catalina.policy file anywhere 

>on
>> my computer, no server.xml, etc.
>>
>> I greatly appreciate any help I can get on this... step by step
>> instructions would be fantastic.  I just have no idea where to 
>put
>> anything like catalina.policy or server.xml (if they're even
>> required) because the directory & file names in my Geronimo
>> directory have absolutely nothing in common with any information 

>I
>> can find on this topic on the web :(
>>
>>
>>
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