Please help Nthoethatha Hello, I am also having same problem, can anyone put some light what might be going wrong with this. Of course I had previously installed the latest Java8. I installed most recent Java, renamed and then deleted the jre folder from soapui folder and i still get the Handshake exception. SocketException: Connection reset can you help please? It's still running fine locally. Infrast 0850: 72 75 63 74 75 72 65 20 53 65 72 76 69 63 65 73 ructure Services 0860: 31 32 30 30 06 03 55 04 03 13 29 48 65 77 6C 65 1200.
Infrastructu 0080: 72 65 20 53 65 72 76 69 63 65 73 31 33 30 31 06 re Services1301. The mule run-time I am currently on is 3. Is the snippet of code that you sent above applied just once before the client start sending more connection requests? This is weird, I don't think the bug is in jruby-openssl although I could be wrong, of course. I have written my client as follows : import java. I have read through the postings on the net over the past week and haven't been succesfull in getting any where.
How are you telling Java to use that keystore? MadCowDzz : The problem here is with the certificates. Message payload is of type: NullPayload org. Infrastruct 0C20: 75 72 65 20 53 65 72 76 69 63 65 73 31 33 30 31 ure Services1301 0C30: 06 03 55 04 03 13 2A 48 65 77 6C 65 74 74 20 50. Not that either one would notice. Regards Hi, first upgrade from 8. The application is a web service client, that consumes a remote web service. Hi Skmirch, I am not sure I understand your problem.
Is this correct, or am I missing a step? I was pointed here from. For tracing, follow the steps here: Usually the client will try the strongest protocol it is allowed to use and work its way down to match the protocol of the server that is allowed. Hello, I'm seeing the exact same issue. Infras 0110: 74 72 75 63 74 75 72 65 20 53 65 72 76 69 63 65 tructure Service 0120: 73 31 32 30 30 06 03 55 04 03 13 29 48 65 77 6C s1200. Although this did lead me down the right path. We added to the signer certificates of this key store the certificate that the web service server uses. I don't know whether to roll my eyes at Oracle or at Sourceforge for this.
This worked fine locally, but I received the above error when deployed on the server. However, when you try this with Cloudflare where is hosted balupton. I don't know if you can connect at all. Or, does this have to be repeated for every connection request to the server. Again, this would have resulted in a more verbose message, but I'll state the fix here in case this is the cause. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community.
Firefox doesn't seem to be happy with the cert. U 0810: 53 31 2B 30 29 06 03 55 04 0A 13 22 48 65 77 6C S1+0. This seems to work when using pure Java code though. Below are the options I tried. Still I am getting this issue, any help very much appreciated in advance.
There is a lot of advice about this issue , , , none of which worked for me. The more explicit error would come from tracing, or may be in the SystemOut. My code on this post only sent default certificates that comes with jsse or jdk 1. What tracing should we turn on to get further info about the issue? The resolution in this case would be get the server it does not appear to be yours to use the correct certificate. You can email me directly if you have further questions, my email address is : nthoethata webmail.
Sy 0240: 6D 61 6E 74 65 63 20 43 6F 72 70 6F 72 61 74 69 mantec Corporati 0250: 6F 6E 31 1F 30 1D 06 03 55 04 0B 13 16 53 79 6D on1. Not sure what's wrong I've tried a bunch of things including and things mentioned in but still getting the same issue. I was definitely going to move everything to a properties file once I had it working correctly, but you think this could be part of the issue currently? Also seeing this behavior when connecting to wufoo. Perhaps I missed a setup or configuration step? Regards, Brian Hi Brian, Thanks for the reply! But if you can connect and you want to make more requests on the connection you have established, try thinking of using the server cooki you get after the handshake is succesful to send subsequent requests. I would have expected it to work with 1. Have a question about this project? Our also include , an Apache Tomcat server for enterprises.
Unfortunately, the error is sending the request, so you would need to see on the receiving side why it was rejected. Have a question about this project? Did you ever find a solution? Here is the solution I've found: import javax. VeriSi 02E0: 67 6E 20 54 72 75 73 74 20 4E 65 74 77 6F 72 6B gn Trust Network 02F0: 31 3A 30 38 06 03 55 04 0B 13 31 28 63 29 20 32 1:08. Both failing may mean my guess is totally wrong and your problem is different. At the moment, I am leaning towards a config issue somewhere on the server, but I am lost on where to go from here. Have you tried another test? I didn't see any notes on vending the certificate from mock-server-proxy but that would ease getting the cert distributed. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community.