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Creating Servers with Jacl

Before trying to create a server using a Jacl script, it’s best to first understand what your node name is.  Simply start up the server admin console and navigate to Environment | Websphere Variables.  When you land on the home screen for that…

Resolving SSL Handshake Errors for WebServices in WAS 6.1

These errors typically occur when a certificate with the trusted source expires or changes.  In order to resolve this, you can use a browser like Internet Explorer to extract the new cert based on the URL.  Or if you are using WAS 6.1…

WSWS3740E: Error: No SSL configuration is available for endpoint

You may get this error when you try and run a Java client to a SSL based web service. If you do experience this problem, you need to point to the WAS ssl.client.props file and add the cert to the chain.  You will…

WSWS3227E – java.lang.IllegalArgumentException

So you get your web service client working nicely and deploy your code to Websphere only to find this ugly Websphere Exception: [6/3/10 21:28:28:081 EDT] 00000035 Connection    E com.ibm.ws.webservices.engine.client.Connection invoke WSWS3227E:  Error: Exception: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: argument type mismatch From what I have read online,…

Logging Soap Messages – Trace.log

If you need to log SOAP information in Websphere, you can turn on trace logging and set the following value in the Change Log Details Level (Logging and Tracing > ServerName > Diagnostic Trace Service > Change Log Detail Levels) : com.ibm.ws.webservices.engine.*=all This…

Websphere SSL – Keystores and Trust Files

There may be occasions where you need to perform SSL web services through your application into another web service.  You need to become a bit familiar with key stores and trust files.  I ended up using the default dummy files shipped with WebSphere,…

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