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No trusted certificate found

Rama Lakshmi

Joined: Mar 31, 2006
Posts: 27

I am trying to deploy an JSF based application in Websphere .
I am trying to fetch the header and footer html files from another server using c:import tag of JSF.
When I deployed the application and accessed the URL I am getting below error:

Error Message: Problem accessing the absolute URL "https://*******/Templates/includes/header.html". No trusted certificate found
Error Code: 500
Target Servlet: Faces Servlet
Error Stack: No trusted certificate found

But there is certificate installed under trust store. But still issue is coming.

Could anyone please help me in this issue.

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