On 4/17/18, 11:11 AM, Krill, Coy wrote:
If you use a properties file to configure your application then set
these two properties properties based on your version of java being
used (examples below). If you don't use a properties file then you
will need to figure out a good place in your code to set these two
properties or set them from the command line. The document your
referenced has what you needed other than it skipped over the least
used property but the one probably most relevant to your situation.

Java 7+
https.protocols=" TLSv1.2,TLSv1.1,TLSv1 "
jdk.tls.client.protocols=" TLSv1.2,TLSv1.1,TLSv1 "

That didn't seem to have any effect at all. But after futzing around with it for two hours yesterday, a solution finally occurred to me:

Our current version instantiates and connects the SSLSocket in one swell foop:
SSLSocket s = (SSLSocket)factory.createSocket(adr, port);

If instead, I instantiate it and connect it in separate steps, I can then do a setEnabledProtocols() on it (if we're running under Java 7) BEFORE we connect it.


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