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OAS - SSL causes http sessions to expire - conn. forcibly closed

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I have an installation of my Java application on an Oracle Application Server at a client site. The application was deployed to an oc4j instance without any problems. The client then configured SSL on that server. The client followed directions from
under the paragraph "Using SSL with Standalone OC4J".
After enabling SSL, the application starts, but after user clicks a few buttons, especially after opening a popup, he gets "Session has expired" message. in the browser window. In the log we see the SSL exception saying the connection has been forcibly closed. Session timout is set 1200...
Did our client miss some important configuration step? We know our application works fine with JBoss and SSL, what could it be?
Any help will be greatly appreciated as this is a production issue.

Thanks in advance.


Edited by: user515060 on Jul 30, 2009 9:17 PM
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