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can somebody provide a sample code for establishing a HTTPURLconnection with a server using jsse.i need to capture the sesssion id's and cookies as well.As i am working with jsse for the first time i am not sure how the to initialise the values for trust manager and key manager.I don't want a thrid party  tool.i want the SUN jsse implementation...
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Establishing HttpsURLConnection is the same as HttpURLConnection (with proper cast).So, the problem isn't the code. You must specify some system properties.First at all you need to specify https protocol handler class. In the Sun's implementation you must start you java interpreter with the System property:

-Djava.protocol.handler.pkgs=com.sun.net.ssl.internal.www.protocol. As always,the server will present its certificate to the client, which must verify it using its trustore. In this case, we can use the default trustore $JREHOME/lib/security/cacerts.Also, you can set system property javax.net.ssl.trustStore to your own trustore. The same is valid for keystore. The system property is javax.net.ssl.keyStore. In order to establish connection this way, the server's name in the URL must be the same with the server name in it's certificate. If you want to avoid this constraint you must write implementation of interface HostnameVerifier. You can contact me for further examples of HttpsURLConnection and row SSL socket communication.
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thanx for the reply ,but i have a problem when i am initialising SSLContext ,i have to pass keystore and Truststore values dynamically .i can't put it in the system properties.SO how to do that from the code.that in the constructor of SSLContext when i am passing this values i am  at present initialising it with null and passing it.is it fine or just tell me how to initialise it properly using sun's JSSE.
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private boolean initializeSSL()
     {
          String sslProvider;
          String keyStore;
          String sslVer;
          String certType;
          String storeType;
          String storePass;
          char[] storePassChars=null;
          SSLContext sslcxt;
          KeyManagerFactory kmf;
          KeyStore ks;
         
          Properties sslconfig=null;
          try
          {
               sslconfig=new Properties();
               sslconfig.load(new FileInputStream("sslconfig.properties"));
          }
          catch(Exception e)
          {
               showException(e);
               System.exit(1);
          }
          try
          {
               sslProvider=sslconfig.getProperty("sslProvider");
               if(sslProvider==null) sslProvider="SunJSSE";
               keyStore=sslconfig.getProperty("keyStore");
               if(keyStore==null) keyStore="mystore";
               sslVer=sslconfig.getProperty("sslVer");
               if(sslVer==null) sslVer="SSL";
               certType=sslconfig.getProperty("certType");
               if(certType==null) certType="SunX509";
               storeType=sslconfig.getProperty("storeType");
               if(storeType==null) storeType="JKS";
               storePass=sslconfig.getProperty("storePass");
               if(storePass!=null)
               {
                    storePassChars=new char[storePass.length()];
                    storePass.getChars(0,storePass.length(),storePassChars,0);
               }
               sslcxt=SSLContext.getInstance(sslVer,sslProvider);
               kmf=KeyManagerFactory.getInstance(certType,sslProvider);
               ks=KeyStore.getInstance(storeType);
               ks.load(new FileInputStream(keyStore),storePassChars);
               kmf.init(ks,storePassChars);
               sslcxt.init(kmf.getKeyManagers(),null,new SecureRandom());
               sslServerSocketFactory=(SSLServerSocketFactory)sslcxt.getServerSocketFactory();
               System.out.println("SSL Server Socket Factory created.");                            
               return true;          
          }catch(Exception e)
          {
               e.printStackTrace();
               return false;
          }
     }
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thanx a lot for the reply i will try this out...i want one more help ,i want to get the session id using the http url connection.can u tell me how to go about it????
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