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From Barbara Nelson <bnel...@extricity.com>
Subject IIS and client certificates
Date Sat, 18 Nov 2000 02:48:55 GMT
I am using Tomcat 3.2 beta7 with an IIS web server.  My servlet needs the
client certificate.  I have configured the redirector, and in my servlet I
can see the following request attributes:
HTTPS_SERVER_SUBJECT
HTTPS_SERVER_ISSUER
CERT_ISSUER
HTTPS_KEYSIZE
HTTPS_SECRETKEYSIZE
CERT_SERIALNUMBER
CERT_COOKIE
CERT_SUBJECT
CERT_FLAGS

How can I get the actual certificate?  When I redirect from Apache to
Tomcat, using AJP13, I get a request attribute containing the X509
certificate. I need the same functionality from IIS.  Does it exist?  (I'm
willing to modify the redirector, if anyone knows how to actually get the
certificate from IIS.)

Many thanks,
Barbara Nelson.



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