java – WebLogic

java – WebLogic

  • You could either import the corresponding SSL certificate (or its CA) into the WebLogic trust store (e.g. as described here: as already suggested by Amogh.
  • Or if you prefer to use the default Java (SUN) SSL stack and your code already uses a properly configured SSLContext (as you write that it worked for Tomcat, this could be already the case), avoid the usage of the WebLogic SSL stack by providing -DUseSunHttpHandler=true for JAVA_OPTIONS in setDomainEnv.[cmd|sh].

Islam …I would suggest you to check below (both client and server side)

  1. Upgrade to the latest jdk at both sides
  2. check TLS versions
    for eg,. -Djdk.tls.client.protocols=TLSv1.2
  3. Check ciphers at both ends (domain/config/config.xml). make sure atleast 2 matches
    4.ssl certs both ends

If you still see the issue, please enable below and restart the jvm
-Dssl.debug=true -Dweblogic.StdoutDebugEnabled=true -Dweblogic.webservice.verbose=true

java – WebLogic

ask the webservice server admin for pfx file .then follow the procedure .Answer given at

Import PFX file into Existing JKS file (NOT converting from .pfx to .jks)

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