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Defining SSL 443 access using provided cacert.pem

Jeff Tanner
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Joined: Aug 09, 2010
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Hi

In Java, I wish to establish a 443 SSL connection with remote endpoint using provided CAcerts.pem file.

I wias able to do such in PHP, but I do not how to do the same in Java:



I started to work out the same with Java, with code that I have googled, but I am not sure how to assure it is using PORT 443 and to use the available CAcert.pem file.



Ideas?

Thanks

Jeff in Seattle
 
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