|From:||Phil Moors <pmoors(at)ncric(dot)com>|
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I'd like to use this jdbc driver with ColdFusion. However, CF seems to
have hard coded their jdbc driver configuration to only accept some
standard parameters. I can't find a way to pass SSLMODE=require to the
darn thing. The CF manual also says that the use of CONNECTSTRING is not
enabled for the jdbc interface. Go figure.
Where would I tweak the source to set the jdbc driver to default to SSL?
It's okay if this completely disables clear text mode. I took a quick
grep through the pg source and didn't see an obvious place, other than
the backend server. In poking through the contents of the jar file, I
see ssl and javax/net, but don't see these referenced in the pg source.
Sorry, I'm just not a Java guy (buries head).
I'd rather get native SSL support than use stunnel.
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