SSL(OHS)+FORMS WEBSTART+CLIENT JAVA CACHE NOT CLEARED - WARNING - CERTIFICATE INVALID EVEN AFTER IMPORTING INTO CLIENT JAVA
(Doc ID 2877083.1)
Last updated on APRIL 29, 2023
Applies to:Oracle Forms - Version 184.108.40.206.0 and later
Oracle Forms for OCI - Version 220.127.116.11.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Forms(Webstart) + SSL enabled in OHS + Not Clearing Java Cache (in client machine) --> Warning is seen and click Continue , forms runtime works
Customer does not want to see the invalid certificate warning.
The connection to this website is untrusted
Note: The certificate is not valid and cannot be used to verify the identity of this website
The certificate used to identify the website is not trusted. The reasons are listed below:
Proceed at your own risk
The Certificate Authority that issued this certificate is not trusted.
Forms is configured for https and a signed certificate is installed on OHS.
The certificate is valid. All certs are imported in jre client .
Running forms over https with jpi doesn't raise the warning
Running forms over https as standalone FSAL doesn't raise the warning
Running forms over https with java webstart gives a certificate invalid warning
https://servername:<ssl port> --> Displays OHS home page securely in https.
1. Forms(Webstart) + SSL enabled in OHS + Clearing Java Cache (all the time in client machine each time forms URL is executed) --> Certificate invalid Warning is never seen
2. Forms (without webstart) + SSL enabled in OHS + Clear or Not Clearing Java Cache ---> Certificate invalid Warning is never seen
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