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Problem with SSL Configuration, certificates and keystores

Marcelo Tataje
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Joined: Jan 31, 2011
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Hello, I'm new to configuration using WebSphere application Server, I developed an application in which I use a keystore and truststore for SSL. My application is based on a Web Service using Axis2 (JAX-WS), it's a Rest WebService. I understand that I have to change the SSL configuration and add the keystore and truststore to my certificates and obtain the Signer certificate retrieving the port, etc. Then I add a new SSL Configuration using the keystore and truststore I created, when I change the default Node Configuration for my own configuration, my application throws an Exception that says that My implementation class cannot be loaded due to an error and what's more, when I restart the server and open the console, I got an error because of the certificates. Both keystore and truststore are JKS type. I'm over a WebSphere Application Server 7.0 and I developed using RAD 8.

I will be grateful if someone could help me with this, I'm about to collapse. Thanks in advance.
 
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