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From "Hough, Adriaan" <>
Subject RE: tomcat ssl with client cerfiticates - solution
Date Wed, 16 Apr 2003 12:47:34 GMT

would there be any specific reason for insisting on the apache web server?
tomcat standalone seems to be sufficient for most of the scenarios that i've
encountered thus far.


adriaan hough

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark W. Webb []
Sent: 16 April 2003 13:32
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: tomcat ssl with client cerfiticates - solution

I am working on a mini-HOWTO on tomcat 4.1.24/apache 2.0.45/openssl 
0.9.7b that performs client authentication.  I hope to have it posted in 
a day or two.  I have tested the HOWTO on RH 8, and Solaris 9.  

Note: there is a bug in tomcat 4.1.24 in the JkCoyoteHandler.action 
method.  I have a fixed tomcat-jk2.jar file if you are interested.

There seems to be a __ctype_b linking problem with mod_ssl and RH9 I am 
trying to figure out.

Hough, Adriaan wrote:

>hi all
>yes, i've got tomcat standalone running with ssl and client certificates.

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