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From: Andrew M <andrew(at)jibeya(dot)com>
To: pgsql-jdbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: PostgreSQL + SSL -
Date: 2004-12-09 00:44:39
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Ok chaps,
last and final questions with all this. One the server side postgreSQL 
expects the following docs in the /data folder:

1. server.crt, server.key, root.crt, root.key

Now for the for handshaking to be successful with the root docs in the 
/data folder, postgresql expects the client to return a certificate. So 
my question is:

Where is postgresql expecting the certificate to come from, and what 
format does the certificate take (in terms of postgresql knowing that 
the client is a valid one)?



On 8 Dec 2004, at 13:37, Vadim Nasardinov wrote:

> On Wednesday 08 December 2004 05:06, Andrew M wrote:
>> I'm nearly there but not yet.....
> ...
>> I specify properties in jboss like so:
>> JKS
> This is starting to look increasingly like a JBoss-specific issue that
> you may have better luck finding a solution to if you direct your
> questions to the JBoss crowd.  I, for one, haven't done anything with
> keycerts in a long time.
>> The error message I get back is:
>> No trusted certificate 
>> found
> ...
>> I  get the following error:
>> Default SSL context init failed: null
> It is generally more informative to post the entire stack trace.

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