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Error while creating key.kdb file

Hi I am securing IHS server. I am trying to create a new key.kdb file. On selecting the CMS type I am getting this error.
"The CMS Java native library was not found. Please make sure the SSL component required by your product is installed and the library path is define correctly."

I have correctly set JAVA_HOME and also /usr/opt/ibm/gskta/lib appears in the PATH. Is there some thing which I am missing out. please guide.

 
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HonorGodCommented:
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SAB73Author Commented:
Hi The earlier problem got resolved now. Looks like it was do do with the JAVA environment settings. Actually i was running ikeyman from /usr/opt/ibm/gskta/bin/gsk7ikm. When i ran ikeyman from  /usr/java14/jre/bin/ikeyman it allowed me to create the CMS key.
Now I have enabled  SSL on the IHS server but I cant get to the application and I see these errors in the plugin log file.

ERROR: lib_stream: openStream: Failed in r_gsk_secure_soc_init: GSK_ERROR_BAD_CERT(gsk rc = 414)
ERROR: ws_common: websphereGetStream: Could not open stream
ERROR: ws_common: websphereExecute: Failed to create the stream

and this errors in error_log
[error] SSL0404E: I/O failed, insufficient storage.

I have edited my plugin-cfg.xml file to correctly point to the key.kdb & key.sth file. and restarted the web server. Is there any thing which I need to know?


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SAB73Author Commented:
Hello. This problem has been resoolved now. The following link helped me in resolving the errors quoted above. http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=164530 

Also your initial link helped in resolving the environmental issue. Thanks
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SAB73Author Commented:
Thanks for the initial link on resolving the CMS key.kdb issue.
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HonorGodCommented:
Great.  Thank you so much for sharing the helpful link.

Good luck & have a great day.
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