Thorbjørn Ravn Andersen wrote:
So the problem is that the certificate is rejected due to be untrusted?

Perhaps this link can help you add the necessary snippets to trust
self-signed certificates?

No, it's not even getting to the point of wondering if the cert can be
trusted ... it's complaining that the SSL sessions can't agree on a cipher.

javax.net.ssl.SSLHandshakeException: No compatible cipher suite
available between SSL end points.

FWIW: The cert the server is using was generated using a CA cert that I
had previously imported into the DCM. PLUS, the application I'm
actually trying to get working does work fine in Windows, with the CA
cert imported into the jssecacerts file (in a private JRE).

david

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