SSL to transfer data to client

Posted on 2005-03-29
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Last Modified: 2010-04-17
Hi people,

I have created a web based software to get the client to enter patient details (a 'surname' etc) to search for patients on a database on the server, the servlets will communicate with the database and return the result.

I would like to use SSL to safely transfer the data between the client and server but I don't know how to use SSL and I don't have any examples.
Can someone suggest any coding to solve this problem. I have never seen any examples of SSL so pls go easy...

oh, and I'm using Java.

<<::::: Thanx :::::>>

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