Portal SDK Client On Solaris SSL Handshake Error With Linux BRM Server
(Doc ID 2328660.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 20, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 18.104.22.168.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On 7.5PS15, Portal SDK component ;
- User is trying Billing and Revenue Management (BRM) Software Development Kit (SDK) on Solaris 11.3 with an OCNCC (Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control) client program (brmBeClient) to login to a Linux BRM server.
If SSL connection is configured on the client and on BRM server the connection does not succeed,it throws SSL handshake error (PCM_CONTEXT_OPEN error with pin_err=192).
- If both sides are configured not to use SSL, the connection succeeds.
- Using a Linux client with the BRM SDK for Linux connection to the same BRM server succeeds with SSL configured.
- In the Solaris client case if PIN_SSL_DEBUG=0x0037 is set in the client program environment a trace file is not written as expected for the SSL handshake, instead the client programs core dumps in the SDK library. This makes diagnosing the original SSL handshake problem difficult.
What is the reason behind this issue?
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