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Posted 11/3/2006 12:52:36 AMPost #63
 

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Hi to all
I am new to SSL topic and i am trying to implement SSL,so,please help me in this regard.
I am implementing SSL in JSSE(Java).We are developing our Application through self-signed certificate.

The client is implementing SSL on C Language and server on Java language.
How to communicate between these client and server .First i want to know how to generate keys,Certificates and how to exchange the certificates between client and server.

Give me one example in this regard.


Thank you
Posted 11/4/2006 11:53:07 AMPost #65
 

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Have you considered using web services to interface the c client with the java server service?
Posted 11/6/2006 1:41:18 AMPost #66
 

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Thank you for the reply,

We are not using any Web services, Actually We are communicating between client in 'C' Language and server in
'Java' (JSSE) using Socket Programing (TCP/IP) on specific port, using Public IP.

Help me in this Regard.
Posted 9/8/2007 4:04:45 AMPost #132
 

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hi radhika,
i can help you to regarding ur question abt how to generate keys and certificates.
This can be done using Keytool u can find out a tutorial regarding this on Sun's web site.

Swapnil
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