I am currently developing a new ICI connector to integrate a actually non ICI-supported SER Doxis repository system into ICI.
We are running the ICI 22.214.171.124 on Linux SLES 10 Environment.
The access to the respository is configured to use a ssl connection (Port 443).
I am asking myself now how I should set up the ICI environment or respectively the VeniceBridgeService or do I have to set up a SSL configuration at all and if yes how.
The web client application which uses a remote ConfigurationServer and ICISessionPool is running within a Websphere AS v7 ND and I think I am able to manage this site to configure the SSL support respectively install the X509 certificate.
Any help is really appreciated
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Re: VeniceBridgeServices, ICIAdminTool and SSL Certificates2011-10-13T18:29:44Z in response to SystemAdminHi Thomas,
My thought is that it depends entirely on the custom connector side and nothing on the ICI side would prevent it from working. I guess it will involve installing certificates to make them available to your connector RMI bridge JVM. That would be one path to investigate.
I don't think you need to install certificates on the web client or VBR services sides because the ICI repository communication does not happen there.
Re: VeniceBridgeServices, ICIAdminTool and SSL Certificates2011-10-17T10:12:36Z in response to SystemAdminHi Mei,
thank you for your respond. I will finish the connector development and will come back on this thread as soon as possible.
Once again thanks for pointing me in this direction.
Re: VeniceBridgeServices, ICIAdminTool and SSL Certificates2012-03-05T14:20:27Z in response to SystemAdminHi Folks,
I am back ;)
Just want to clean up things here.
With Meis' idea I was able to get the ICI communication running using
First you have to create your keystore with the imported certs. If have done
that you have to specify those informations (using ssl communication und the keystore) within your
-Djavax.net.ssl.trustStore=/opt/IBM/ContentIntegrator/keystore/.keystore \ -Djavax.net.ssl.trustStorePassword=changeit
and also don't forget to specify these information within