I have added the Jar containing the client proxy in both Classpaths(system variable and default.env), the jar has been made with jdk 1.4
java.rmi.RemoteException; nested exception is: HTTP transport error javax.xml.soap.SOAPException java.security.PrivilegedActionException javax.xml.soap.SOAPException Message send failed javax.net.ssl.SSLException SSL handshake failed X509CertCh
Forms service is not finding the client DC or the client DC is invalid.
Message send failed javax.net.ssl.SSLException SSL handshake failed X509CertCh
one more question, if i'm calling a webservice from another place, and in that place they have a certificate, should i ask for that certificate and add it to my application server ?? or can i create my own certificate so i will have a successful communication ??The client certificate has to be in the certification chain of the server that is serving the service. You cannot generate a valid client certificate unless you have the server certificate and its password. It all about security, isn't it ;)
I understand, so i have a doubt, why the webservice works on jDeveloper ??Not just JDeveloper even soapUI and Neatbeans have a way of working without a client certificate installed.