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I wrong an ssl socket factory and whenever i try to add it using
java.security.Security.setProperty("ssl.SocketFact ory.provider","SSLTest.Fac
tory");

I get the following exception on runtime!

java.net.SocketException: Export restriction: this JSSE implementation is
non-pluggable.

how can I get around it? preferebly trhough code and not having to add my
certificate to the users machine, etc.
Jul 17 '05 #1
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"memmmmm" <[rem]casolorz[rem]@hot[rem]mail.com> wrote in message news:<lNtlc.14930$5a.12054@okepread03>...
I wrong an ssl socket factory and whenever i try to add it using
java.security.Security.setProperty("ssl.SocketFact ory.provider","SSLTest.Fac
tory");

I get the following exception on runtime!

java.net.SocketException: Export restriction: this JSSE implementation is
non-pluggable.

how can I get around it? preferebly trhough code and not having to add my
certificate to the users machine, etc.

Have you found a way around this ? I would be very interested in this as well.
Jul 17 '05 #2

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java 1.5 will allow you to do this, otherwise I remember doing this long
time ago but u have to add a key to the store before running your java
program, not sure if it can be done programatically trhough yuor java code.
Otherwise finding a US version of the jdk would do it, but i dont think it
exists.
JSSE might let you do it?

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I wrong an ssl socket factory and whenever i try to add it using
java.security.Security.setProperty("ssl.SocketFact ory.provider","SSLTest.Fac tory");

I get the following exception on runtime!

java.net.SocketException: Export restriction: this JSSE implementation is non-pluggable.

how can I get around it? preferebly trhough code and not having to add my certificate to the users machine, etc.

Have you found a way around this ? I would be very interested in this as

well.
Jul 17 '05 #3

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