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Cannot set up certs for trusted CAs - Jurisdiction policy files are not signed by trusted signers!

Akhilesh Trivedi
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Joined: Jun 22, 2005
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I am invoking a secured webservice and having installed the certificates.

I am getting below exceptions while invoking the webservice, can someone please help what I am missing?




I am on websephere 6.1 which uses JDK v1.5 and have tried installing jce_policy-1_5_0.zip from oracle's site and also unrestrictedpolicyfiles.zip from IBMs site. Both seem to be not working.
Am I missing any "security.provider" in "java.security"??


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