EJP wrote:Copied maven dependency libraries:-Djava.ext.dirs=../libWhat's in there?
I use program InstallCert to add certificateI added certificate to trust store.You added the exported server certificate to the truststore?
c:\Java\workspace\myapp-java\target\classes>keytool -list -keystore jssecacertsOn the list I can see:
192.168.1.2-1, 2012-07-09, trustedCertEntry,
Certificate fingerprint (MD5): F3:55:51:D8:03:6B:C1:B4:68:DD:B4:60:CA:5C:1B:45
EJP wrote:This old jars where from commons-dbcp-1.2.1.jar. I changed to 1.4 and they gone from my lib folder - thanks for tip.
java.ext.dirs is for approved Java extensions. JAR files should in general go in your own classpath, and java.ext.dirs is not intended as a shortcut for that. The only JARs in that list that might qualify are xercesImpl-2.0.2.jar
xml-apis-1.0.b2.jar, and they are both extremely out of date. Xerces.jar is up to 2.9.1, and xml-apis.jar is up to 1.3.04 at least. The ones already supplied in the JDK is far newer than the ones you are using.