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Cannot connect in https

 
Alan Melrose
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Hi,
I seen a few post about that and also a few solution with a google search but none as worked for me.
I get this when I try to connect to me tomcat in https:

SSL received a record that exceeded the maximum permissible length.

(Error code: ssl_error_rx_record_too_long)


This is the ssl connector part of my server.xml:


Any Help would be appreciated
Thanks
 
Alan Melrose
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Anyone?
 
Tim Holloway
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You typically get this message when you have a mismatch between the protocol that your client is using and the protocol that the server is expecting; usually sending HTTP to an HTTPS listener.

Search back in this forum a week or 2, however, and there's another thread on this subject that should be of interest to you.
 
Ravinderjit Singh
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You have to specify the protocol in 'server.xml'.

Check out this post.
 
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