Client certificate provided is invalid, self signed certificate

SOAtoadSOAtoad Posts: 14

I have a client who is trying to use a JKS keystore that was utilized in another application. Whenever they run the test, they get a 500 error: Client certificate provided is invalid, self signed certificate.
Does SOAtest not support self-signed certificates? Is there a work around to this issue, or is it something on the client's server side?

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  • benken_parasoftbenken_parasoft Posts: 658 ✭✭✭
    edited February 1

    Whenever they run the test, they get a 500 error: Client certificate provided is invalid, self signed certificate

    500 is an HTTP response code. In other words, that error would be coming back from the service under test, where that service is saying it does not accept the self signed certificate.

    If this JKS file includes a client certificate that is supposed to be accepted by the service then I'd double check that you configured your test correctly. Please make sure you created a keystore property in your test suite and configured it with your JKS file. Next, in your test case, please check the "Client side SSL" option in the HTTP transport settings. Make sure you have "Use client keystore" enabled with the keystore from the test suite selected in the combo box.

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