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The web container must provide SSL support on responses where the <user-data-constraint> in web.xml is 'integral' or 'confidential'. That requires the app server or web container to be configured to have an active SSL port and to have a public certificate that may be presented to the client browser before SSL handshaking can begin.
App servers like WebLogic allow you to configure the SSL port and the server certificates in the admin console. Here is the url of the doc for configuring Certificates, keystores, and the SSL port on Tomcat:
http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/tomcat-5.0-doc/ssl-howto.html
That will give you an idea of how to set up the Public Certificate, the Private Key, and the root CA.
Good luck,
Bill
17 years ago
It sounds like your jaas configuration file has not been made known to the java runtime. You need to place an entry in the java.security file found in $JAVA_HOME/jre/lib. The entry is for the login configuration file and the property is 'login.config.url'. There is a commented entry in the file that comes with the jdk, ootb, so all you have to do is uncomment the entry and point it to your login configuration file.
Here is a link to the discussion of this in the tutorial:
http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/guide/security/jgss/tutorials/LoginConfigFile.html
Good luck,
Bill
17 years ago
I'm surprised that the code you are showing doesn't work, but you could try using "<p>" tag or a "<br>" tag in the output to put a new paragraph or break, respectively.
Bill
I'm new here. Is the JavaRanch site really powered by cgi perl scripts? What am I missing?
Bill
18 years ago