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Re: 5722JV1 option 6 required for Digital Certificate setup - another way yet?



fixed

   Why is it bad that he needs to have a reasonably current version of Java
   installed? The latest version for V5R3 is option 7. (JDK 1.5)
    
   Which OS version is he running? All of the DCM prerequisites are
   documented.
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   Paul Nelson
   Arbor Solutions, Inc.
   708-670-6978  Cell
   pnelson@xxxxxxxxxx
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     To: "'Midrange Systems Technical Discussion'" <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
     From: "albartell" <albartell@xxxxxxxxx>
     Sent by: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
     Date: 12/26/2006 03:52PM
     Subject: 5722JV1 option 6 required for Digital Certificate setup -
     another way yet?

     Hi all,

     I know this question has been asked in the past for previous OS releases
     and
     I am curious as to if it has changed at all in more recent versions.  Is
     the
     only way to administer Digital Certificates still through DCM (i.e.
     *ADMIN
     HTTP server) using the browser?

     Just had a customer today needing to setup their default certificate
     store
     (i.e. *SYSTEM) and it turns out the necessary components for *ADMIN HTTP
     server weren't installed.  So now he has to go through the motions of
     loading all that on his machine.  Not the biggest deal in the world, but
     definitely a bummer that IBM requires 5722JV1 option 6 to be installed
     just
     to work with Digital Certificates.  Even if I could only do it through
     iSeries Navigator that would be better (in some cases).

     Thanks for any input,
     Aaron Bartell
     http://mowyourlawn.com- Check out the new RPG Chart Engine!
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