Couple of questions:
How much of the rest of your HTTP configs can you do currently under 5.1.
If you cannot get the product, could you create what you need from the
5.3/5.4 system then ftp it to the IFS directory that would hold the
information. At that point if this did work, could you still assign the
application to use it.
On Fri, Mar 14, 2014 at 7:38 PM, Thomas Garvey <tgarvey@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Does anyone know of a way to get the IBM licensed software programs...
/*5722-ACx IBM Cryptographic Access Provider
*//*5722-CEx IBM Client Encryption*/
_for v5r1 ?_
They are needed to be able to use the Digital Certificate Manager to
create the *SYSTEM store, which is needed to be able to access a
vendor's web services application which requires SSL.
The v5r1 install CD's we have available don't have them. We know these
programs were rolled into the OS and removed as separately licensed apps
with v5r4. We have them on our v5r3 and v5r4 partitions, but this is a
Presuming we can't get these applications, is there any other way to get
the *SYSTEM store created on this box? I suspect that may not be
sufficient, but I'm just asking.
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