http_url_post_stmf over secure connection
Last Post 22 Jan 2013 12:23 PM by Greg Wilburn. 6 Replies.
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Jim Suiter
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17 Jan 2013 06:13 AM

We've been using procedure http_url_post_stmf from Scott Klement's service program HTTPAPIR4 with great success.  For the latest task, we need to use a secure connection (forgive me if my terminology is incorrect).  When doing the post we get the following message:

SSL Handshake: (GSKit) No certificate is available for SSL processing

 

Our vendor whose URL we need to post to has supplied us with a RSA Private Key, and a Certificate.  Both just look like a string of random characters.

We don't know what needs to be done to implement the private key and/or certificate, and once that is installed, are there any additional procedure calls I need to make in the program that invokes http_url_post stmf?

Jim

chris hayden
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17 Jan 2013 06:56 AM
when you installed HTTPAPIR4, one of the questions it asks is do you want to install SSL. We made same mistake, had to delete and reinstall. After reinstalling we now see the certificate information in our debugging log file.
Jim Suiter
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17 Jan 2013 07:30 AM

Chris,

The difficulty we are currently having is what to do with the RSA Private Key and the Certificate that our vendor supplied us with.  No one in our shop is at all familiar with Digital Certificate Manager, or any other methods that can be used to register the key and/or certificate.

Jim

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17 Jan 2013 07:41 AM

Jim,

 This results in lots of hits in Google:

DCM site:iprodeveloper.com

Cheers,

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Jim Suiter
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17 Jan 2013 11:43 AM

Emmanuel,

Checked out the first 10 or so search results, and none have really shed any light on how to proceed.

Jim

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17 Jan 2013 12:06 PM

Jim,

That's odd - the fourth hit has a couple of detailed explanations provided by none other than Scott, which I think covers your situation:

http://www.iprodeveloper.com/forums/aft/45615

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Emmanuel

Greg Wilburn
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22 Jan 2013 12:23 PM
Jim - If you have an IBM maintenance agreement, they can walk you right through it. That is how I added keys. The problem I have is remembering how it was done - you add it and forget it.
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