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SSL Certificate Excetion

 
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Hello Everyone,

I have created some client classes based on a WSDL. Using this client classes i have created a class to access web service. When i run this class to access web service its giving me an exception regarding the missing SSL certificate in my JRE. SO can anyone tell me how do i resolve the error. I googled it out but couldn't find satisfactory answer. I am getting the following exception




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It apparently is not able to find the path to the location where the cert is installed. How did you start your client?

Did you pass the keystore location as a java system property?
 
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Thank you for your reply. I used the InstallCert.java class and was able to generate the necessary certificate. Here is the link for the class.

The certificate were created and my program ran.

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