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From "Allen Akers" <Ak...@cc.admin.unt.edu>
Subject Re: Tomcat and SSL
Date Tue, 30 Jan 2001 14:36:51 GMT
Nope...I want Tomcat to do SSL directly.  I have it working just fine
with Apache+mod_jk+Tomcat, but I don't need Apache because everything
being served is jsp or servlet, so Apache is unneeded overhead and an
extra thing to maintain.

>>> peteehli@teleport.com 01/29/01 06:43PM >>>
Ok if I am following this right you want to do SSL via Apache and Tomcat
using ( I am guessing mod_jk ). Correct me if I am wrong but Apache
handles
SSL via mod_jk and you don't need to make any changes to your server.xml
file - those changes are for Tomcat to use SSL standalone.
-- Pete --
----- Original Message -----
From: "Allen Akers" <akers@cc.admin.unt.edu>
To: <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2001 7:03 PM
Subject: Tomcat and SSL


> I followed the instructions to the letter and I've tried it on two
> different platforms, so I'm just flat out MISSING something.  I
rebuilt
> Tomcat with SSL with no problems, modified my server.xml for SSL and
it
> started with no errors, but when I go to connect to the SSL port from
a
> browser I get a message on Netscape of "Netscape and this server
cannot
> communicate securely because they have no common encryption
> algorithm(s)." and on IE it just gives the generic "Can't display this
> page" garbage.  Has anyone seen (and hopefully solved) this problem???
> Thanks.
>
>                Allen Akers
>                Programmer Analyst
>                Strategic Web and Voice Development
>                ________________________________
>                akers@cc.admin.unt.edu
>
>
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