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Certificate is not valid

Postby ryan.m.beasley » Wed Oct 10, 2018 9:08 pm

Hello,
I'm working on migrating our servoy application onto a different server. Originally, it was running off of the servoy_application service that you can install from servoy, now it is running off of an instance of Tomcat. We also moved the databases from SQL anywhere 11 to MS SQL Server 2012. Since we've made these changes every time a client has used an application a "certificate is not valid and cannot be used to verify the identity of this website" warning pops up. I have included a picture of this as an attachment. The application works as it should after the client clicks continue, but we really need to get rid of this error before we go live with the migration. Does anybody have any idea as to why this warning keeps showing up?
Thanks,
Ryan Beasley
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Re: Certificate is not valid

Postby mboegem » Thu Oct 11, 2018 1:23 pm

Hi Ryan,

How did you sign your jar files previously and how do you do that now?

How do you startup the smart client: are you using the bootstrap jar for this?
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Re: Certificate is not valid

Postby sean » Thu Oct 11, 2018 5:14 pm

Hi Ryan,

Can you please provide a client console log ?

What version of Java does the client run ?
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Re: Certificate is not valid

Postby ryan.m.beasley » Thu Oct 11, 2018 6:06 pm

@mboegem
I signed them with codesigner. The .ks file was generated using jre v1.8.045. The client is installed on the computer whenever the user

@sean
On the server we're hosting the application service we have jre v1.8.045, on my local computer where I'm running the client from as a user I'm running I have jre v1.8.077, and on the server we had originally hosted the application service ran off of version jre v1.7.0.

This is what I get from the client console log

CacheEntry[https://***this is a url***/servoy-client/servoy_client.jnlp]: updateAvailable=false,lastModified=Wed Oct 10 13:39:44 EDT 2018,length=6633
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Re: Certificate is not valid

Postby sean » Fri Oct 12, 2018 6:14 pm

Hi Ryan,

There must be more from the log. Can you attach the entire client console log ?

I did see reports of a bug regarding Java 8u31, but I don't know if it is related.
https://community.oracle.com/thread/3651870
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Re: Certificate is not valid

Postby ryan.m.beasley » Mon Oct 15, 2018 9:29 pm

I was speaking with a colleague who works with certificates a lot. She noticed that the original application was using http instead of https. Subsequently, the original application never had an SSL certificate. We're hoping that once I finish getting a certificate for the application that this will solve the issue. Does this sound right? Thanks.
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