Tuxedo - SSL Handshaking Fails After Upgrading RSA Public Key From 1024-Bit to 2048-Bit
(Doc ID 1380631.1)
Last updated on MAY 19, 2020
Applies to:Oracle Tuxedo - Version 10.0 to 22.214.171.124.0
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 30-May-2013***
Tuxedo/SALT application acting as client of an external WebService Provider : SALT outbound request .
The external WebService provider requires to encrypt requests.
Application worked fine until the external WebService provider changed it's certificate.
The certificate was issued by VeriSign to DigiCert and the key-size changed from 1024 to 2048-bit.
Besides the content of the certificate nothing has been changed in the Tuxedo/Salt configuration.
Since the certificate change, outbound requests fail with the following errors :
<time>.<sitename>!GWWS.<pid>.<contextId>.<threadID>: GWWS_CAT:110: ERROR: SSL library error: SSLFatalAlert.
<time>.<sitename>!GWWS.<pid>.<contextId>.<threadID>: GWWS_CAT:109: ERROR: HTTPS error: SSL Handshaking failed..
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