Gary wrote:

> This class should be in jsse.jar which is in
> the same place as rt.jar.  It is suppled with
> JDK 1.4.

Yes, I know.  That's what makes this so frustrating.  The new machine
is our demo box and it's on its way to the trade show.  If I can get
connectivity I will try the code you posted.

I used to think that I could read the manuals and understand what they
said.  This page is almost useless:
providers.htm  Yes, the provider is called IBMJSSE and I should
specify that on my method.  The
problem is that it isn't my code - it's Verisign's, and they use
whatever they use as part of their 'runs anywhere' implementation.

Reading about how Java finds the Bootstrap pages leads
me to believe that the files loaded at bootstrap time are either in
jre/lib (like rt.jar) or in jre/lib/ext.  Well, our friend jsse.jar
isn't in either of those places on the working machine, yet


... no mention of how /QIBM/ProdData/CAP/jsse14.jar: got in there, and
the Infocenter isn't helpful either

I know you're trying to help and I appreciate it.  I'm frustrated with
myself more than anything else at this point because I like to think
that I can step in to the middle of a situation and sort it out, but
that just isn't happening here.  I will run the code when the machine
comes back and let you know what's what.


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