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E-CI/JOLT: Java Client Connecting To PeopleSoft Application Server Via Jolt SSL Port Fails with "No trusted certificate found" Error (Doc ID 2907460.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 30, 2023

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise PT PeopleTools - Version 8.58 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

A 3rd party Java program's connection to the PeopleSoft Application Server via the JOLT SSL port using the CI (Component Interface) Java APIs fails with error below.

On the other hand, the PIA web server's connection to the application server via the JOLT SSL port using the same keystore file (e.g. pskey) works as expected.

 

Error

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No trusted certificate found

 

Steps to replicate:

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1. Generate the Java API helper classes, and the main class template.

2. Modify the source file(s), and compile them.

3. Set up the web and application servers so the web server's connection to the application server via the JOLT SSL port works as expected.

4. Copy the pskey file from web server setup as the Java client's keystore.

5. Execute the Java client application, passing the keystore path and keystore password to the Java client as command line arguments, and observe the error above.

 

 

Sample environment:

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PeopleTools (PT) 8.56.20

FSCM 9.10

Changes

 

Cause

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