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certificates,https, axis and weblogic 8.1

Arthur Ford

Joined: Sep 06, 2006
Posts: 22
Hi Folks,

I have been trying this for the last couple of weeks. I want to deploy a webserivice in weblogic which shud be accessed by https.

My webservice shud be registered as https://localhost:7002/XContext/XService/XPort

For this I am using apache axis 1.4. I used the demo trust and demo key in weblogic. When I try to run AdminClient I get this error -

Then I did some R&D, and I guess I need to set up my server with some keystores.

I did have a certificatefile PEM and a keyfile PEM. I tried using the utils.ImportPrivateKey. Now, I get this error

Now I am totally confused and I have no clue abt this. Any help will do.
Kanu Dialani

Joined: Apr 30, 2005
Posts: 23
I was using SOAP-UI for testing one of our web services. Even i got that same SSL exception. ALl i did was imported the certificate into the default cacerts of the JRE and it worked fine.
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