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Problem accessing https secured issue-system (redmine) with mylyn [message #598126] Tue, 14 July 2009 15:44
Edaurd Bauer is currently offline Edaurd BauerFriend
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Registered: July 2010
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Hey out there,

i am having some trouble with accessing a redmine-repositry via mylyn
(web based access). This web site is secured with the help of a
self-signed certificate, which enables me to use https instead of http.

For this, I have added the certificate to a keystore file. I have
adjusted/added the properties (eclipse.ini) in the following way:"/home/edebauer/.keystore""changeit"

These two arguments are added automatically (since they are defined in
the eclipse.ini) to the virtual machine that runs eclipse.

Now, as soon as I try to access the repositry, an additional entry
arises in the Error-view. The stated file (in the following stack trace)
is really at the given position. Thus it should not produce a

Name: Could not initialize keystore
Stack-Trace: "/home/edebauer/.keystore" (No such file
or directory)
at Method)
at ory. <init>(
at ory. <clinit>(
at ketFactory. <init>(
at n(
org.eclipse.mylyn.internal.web.tasks.WebRepositoryConnector. fetchResource(
org.eclipse.mylyn.internal.web.tasks.WebRepositoryConnector. performQuery(
org.eclipse.mylyn.internal.tasks.core.sync.SynchronizeQuerie sJob.synchronizeQuery(
org.eclipse.mylyn.internal.tasks.core.sync.SynchronizeQuerie sJob.synchronizeQueries(

Besides an error-dialog is shown containing the information:
"Could not fetch resource:
https://myserver/redmine/wiki/myproject/issues Error constructing
implementation (algorithm: Default, provider: SunJSSE, class:

I am running ubuntu, with eclipse galileo.

Thanks to everybody that can give me any hints or tries to help me :).

Kind regards
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