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From "Jamie Spurr" <jsp...@streamdoor.net>
Subject SSL
Date Tue, 02 Aug 2005 15:26:44 GMT
Apologies if this has been sent more than once. 

 

Hi, I will be straight up and say immediately that my expertise does not
lie with Java or with Tomcat and appreciate any help given. The problem:

I am running a server that hosts voice applications over VXML. The
server is a windows 2000 box running IIS and tomcat. I need the box to
run SSL. I can get IIS to serve https pages no problem. However the html
triggers that fire application requests are fed through the tomcat
server and I cannot get the tomcat pages through https. I have read much
documentation on the apache site and have configured the https through
the server.xml file, created certificates, am using jsse etc. The big
problem with this server is it has two java install directories and two
tomcat install directories. When I setup the config in the server.xml in
the directories I need the tomcat.log reports that it cannot find the
SSLSocketFactory class. HELP!!.......to make matters worse Tomcat
version is 3.2.1 which I believe is now deprecated. 

 

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

 

Jamie.

 

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