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Anyone knows where can I find the JAR in WebSphere 6.1 that contains com.ibm.websphere.ssl.JSSEHelper class?

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If you specify "verbose" as a JVM option, and load that class, then the SystemOut.log fill contain the name of every loaded class, and the file from which it was loaded.
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Another option, at least on a Unix type system, would be to use the "find" command to locate every *.jar file in the WebSphere directory, and use the -t option of the jar command to display the table of contents, and grep this TOC for the desired class.
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