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Amis blog - shows how to create a certificate and configure OC4J to use it

November 22nd, 2004 by Pete


I just came across a great post on the Amis blog written by Leon van Tegelen called Quick and easy SSL in OC4J Standalone. This is a great short article showing how simple it is to create a certificate with SUN's keytool and configure OC4J to use it. Leon goes on to show step-by-step instructions on how to use keytool and how to configure the OC4J configuration files.

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