SSL certificate not refreshing in Tomcat
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Posted By:   Ed_Hoden
Posted On:   Friday, February 28, 2003 07:01 AM

Greetings and thanks in advance for any help. I am running Tomcat 4.0.3 on AIX 4.3.3 using Java 1.3.1. I recently renewed my SSL certificate. I imported it into the keystore using the keytool and it looks like the import was successful because when I run keytool -v -list -alias tomcat , the new information for the certificate is shown. However, when I bring up a page served by the https connection, I get a certificate expired warning. When I view the certificate information, it shows the certificate which should have been replaced. I am certain Tomcat is using the correct keystore. There is only one keystore file on the server and it is in the home directory of the owner of Tomcat. The server.conf file still has the de   More>>

Greetings and thanks in advance for any help.


I am running Tomcat 4.0.3 on AIX 4.3.3 using Java 1.3.1.


I recently renewed my SSL certificate. I imported it into the keystore using the keytool and it looks like the import was successful because when I run keytool -v -list -alias tomcat , the new information for the certificate is shown.


However, when I bring up a page served by the https connection, I get a certificate expired warning. When I view the certificate information, it shows the certificate which should have been replaced.


I am certain Tomcat is using the correct keystore. There is only one keystore file on the server and it is in the home directory of the owner of Tomcat. The server.conf file still has the default entries.


The Tomcat server has been stopped and restarted several times since the certificate was renewed and imported.


As an addendum, the previous certificate worked just fine and I had no issues with it.


Has anyone else encountered this issue before and if so, can you offer a solution? Thanks again.


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