I've not done it on tomcat but try this one

https://medium.com/@anuruddha.thennakoon/enable-ssl-debug-logs-in-tomcat-f9d7e0d1fd67

On Wed, 12 Aug 2020, 00:38 James H. H. Lampert, <jamesl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

On 8/11/20 4:20 PM, Colin Williams wrote:
Have you set ssldebug=true? Should give you a dump of the ssl handshake
process then... ive used that in the past to figure out where the ssl
negotiation is going wrong and why

Never heard of "ssldebug." Sounds like something I could make use of.
Where do I set it?

And note, this is *not* a user connecting to our webapp from a browser;
it's our webapp connecting to a web service hosted by (I think) Google.

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