|Re: [servlet-dev] TCK question about integration/sec/secbasicssl/Client.java#test_request_attributes test strategy vs requestAttributes.jsp check for no certificates...|
Thanks Hussain for the answers regarding this test!
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I happen to also be seeing a (EE 9.1) failure due to the "verify SSL certificate attribute" check. Just to confirm, we should add a check of the third attribute SSL session id but still fail the test if the certificates are present?
Yes, the check needs to be added and test needs to fail if certificates are present.
There is another set of test which has client certificate authentication enabled and passes only if certificates are present.
This new check needs to be added to secbasicssl, clientcert and clientcertanno.
The spec assertion ID is Servlet:SPEC:26.4  which is mentioned in clientcert and clientcertanno but is not tested.
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