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CMS-XML “SSLSocketFactory is null” error received executing “Show Web Services Version...” in TLS secured environment
[1/10/17 14:12:51:416 CET] 00000012 SystemErr R javax.net. ssl .SSLException: SSLSocketFactory is null. This can occur if javax.net.ssl.SSLSocketFactory.getDefault() is called to create a socket and javax.net.ssl.* properties are not set.
CMS-XML SSL 3.0 Vulnerability - Poodle - Serena Mainframe Products
SSL 3.0 Vulnerability - Poodle - Serena Mainframe Products
CMS-XML BrowseComponent web service fails and crashes tomcat accessing specific component
BrowseComponent web service fails and crashes tomcat accessing specific component
CMS-XML New Features in ChangeMan ZMF for Eclipse 8.2 Patch 3
ZMF for Eclipse 8.2 Patch 3 has removed the dependency on ZMF Web Services. This simplifies the installation and configuration process as well the set-up process for SSL connections.
CMS-XML ZMF4ECL: Multiple users still unable to connect to ZMF Server (SER8210E) despite running fix for OCTCR46A38001
Notes: - Reporting customer is not using SSL connections and all settings are appropriate for this. - The same users can connect successfully from the same client machines to the same ZMF Server using ZDD.
CMS-XML Changes to distribution of zmfwsbas.jar in ChangeMan ZMF 8.2 Patch 2 and later releases
D:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\ Tomcat 8.5\webapps \zmfws \WEB-INF\lib
CMS-XML New Features in ChangeMan ZMF for Eclipse 8.1.2
Application Server (WAS) or Apache Tomcat with a context root other than /zmfws
CMS-XML Installing Base Product Web Services (zmfws.war) in International Environments
C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\ Tomcat 8.5\webapps \zmfws \WEB-INF
CMS-XML CMN ZMF Web Services Sample Code
- Click on 'Add External JARs...' and navigate to the location of your current zmfwsbas.jar file. This can be found in your web application server's webapps\zmfws\WEB-INF\lib folder (e.g. D:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\ Tomcat 8.0\webapps\zmfws\WEB-INF\lib on your Tomcat Server machine)

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