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JSSE untrusted server cert chain exeception

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Hi,

I'm running a web page that calls a bean to try and make a secure connection to a web server. I keep getting the error below :-

javax.net.ssl.SSLException: untrusted server cert chain

Has anyone any advice ?

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 Take a look here: http://www.freshwater.com/support/notes/noteTN10319.htm it might help.

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