RP/TUX 10.0 - [SSL] [WSL] WSC failed call tpinit() after called tpchkauth() WSH when enabled TWO_WAY SSL.
(Doc ID 778089.1)
Last updated on MAY 19, 2020
Applies to:Oracle Tuxedo - Version 10.0 to 10.0
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DESCRIPTION: 1. Specified '-a' to WSL's CLOPT 2. In WSC client, call tpchkauth() before call tpinit() When running WSC client to call Tuxedo Service via SSL protocol, WSC failed with the following error messages: ld.so.1: fmlclt: fatal: relocation error: file /testarea/xxxx/buildID/tuxedo10.0/lib/libwsh.so.71: symbol TUXC_new_ctx: referenced symbol not found tpinit failed: TPEPERM - bad permissions If WSC doesn't call tpchkauth(), WSC can call Tuxedo Service successfully via SSL. If don't specified '-a' to WSL's CLOPT, WSC can call Tuxedo Service successfully also. CONFIGURATION: Tuxedo 10.0 Solaris 9
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