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icon9.gif  Eclipse Juno SR2 does not pick up certificate [message #1015903] Mon, 04 March 2013 08:49
Sergey Prokhorenko is currently offline Sergey ProkhorenkoFriend
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I downloaded the latest Eclipse Juno CDT SR2 release and now try to run it with MS TFS plugin for a server that requires SSL certificate on https connection. In Indigo it worked fine. I use the same settings copied from indigo/eclipse.ini, including all -Djavax.net.ssl.keyStore= related stuff, however TFS plugin does not see the certificate and fails with 403 error when I connect, in -Djavax.net.debug=all I see "the page requires a client certificate as part of the authentication process" in the server's response.

Now I also see that in indigo's debug.all output there's

found key for : le-user-51c64ee7-2b5c-4714-a0c7-97c473a36784

at the very beginning of the ssl debug log, while in juno's log it is absent. The le-user key is my certificate imported into the java's keystore that I pass via Djavax.net.ssl.keyStore in eclipse.ini.

Is it java problem, Juno problem, TFS problem, or my problem in that I do not understand something about these 3 guys? Seems like Juno does not pick up my certificate, why?
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