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J2EE™ Security for Servlets, EJBs and Web Services: Applying Theory and Standards to Practice by Pankaj Kumar

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Trouble Shooting

Developing and testing SSL programs could be quite frustrating for beginners. It would seem the program compiles properly, everything is set up the right way and still nothing works. It takes, even for experience programmers, some amount of detective work to figure out what is wrong. Let us look at what goes wrong.

System properties are not set properly. So much behavior of JSSE APIs is governed by system properties is that even a minor mistake, like a typographical error or use of the wrong keystore or truststore file, may cause things go haywire. So, when your program is having trouble, recheck the system property names and their values.

There is no common cipher suite between the client and the server. This is rare when both ...

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