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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: HTTPS web service connection errors
Date Tue, 20 May 2008 19:35:53 GMT
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Gutter,

gutter007 wrote:
| We have a Java web application that accesses a Web Service using
https.  Last
| week the hosts of the web service installed a new signed SSL certificate.
| As soon as they installed the new certificate, our Java web app stopped
| working.  When we try and access the web service via the web app we
get the
| following error:
|
| [unrecognized cert]

Was this certification signed by a legitimate CA, or are you working
from a self-signed certificate or something like that?

You may need to import the (local) CA's top-level cert into your cacerts
file in order to make a connection.

You can also install a replacement SSLSocketFactory into the
HttpsURLConnection class which will disable checking entirely (or use
whatever algorithm you want). Let me know if this is what you want to do
and I can post some code.

- -chris

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