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Where are jcert.jar, jnet.jar and jsse.jar?

Hi,

I'm trying to set jetty 7 up with ssl. I've followed the instructions here:

    http://docs.codehaus.org/display/JETTY/How+to+configure+SSL#HowtoconfigureSSL-step4

and the last part says:

    "(make sure that jcert.jar, jnet.jar and jsse.jar are on your classpath)"

I'm running max os 10.6. I don't think I have those jars. I can't find them for download on the internets (well, not from any half-way legit looking sites).

Does anyone know if those jars can be found standalone?
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kawamuracdCommented:
Those are the JSSE Jar files (jcert.jar, jsse.jar and jnet.jar). You will have to go to http://java.sun.com/products/jsse/ and download the archive. Download the latest or whichever version of JSSE you want. Then you can copy the jars into the path you need.
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kawamuracdCommented:
Those are the JSSE Jar files (jcert.jar, jsse.jar and jnet.jar). You will have to go to http://java.sun.com/products/jsse/ and download the archive. Download the latest JSSE then you can copy the jars into the path you need.
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objectsCommented:
you should already have those jars (they may just have different names)
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objectsCommented:
look in /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/CurrentJDK
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DJ_AM_JuiceboxAuthor Commented:
Hi,
Ok in my Classes folder I have the following:

  alt-rt.java
  charsets.java
  classes.jar
  dt.jar
  jce.jar
  jconsole.jar
  management-agent.jar
  ui.jar

That documentation for jetty is old and I don't believe there's new documentation. I mailed their mailing list, waiting for a reply. I guess this is now too specific of a jetty problem. Basically jetty starts up at this point, and I can ping the ssl port (8443 in my case) ok on localhost. But navigating to it via a browser just returns a 102 error, connection refused. This is harder than I thought it'd be!

Thanks
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objectsCommented:
I doubt it would start up if it was missing classes, you'd get a heap of errors in the log
afaik jsse has been included with since 1.4
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DJ_AM_JuiceboxAuthor Commented:
Oh agreed, I meant that since the documentation is old, perhaps all those classes are possibly included by default or something, thus it starts up ok without them. So it might be some other config error. Thanks for your help, looks like i'm just stuck in a jetty mire.
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objectsCommented:
102 is telling you that it is processing the request. very much doubt you would get that if your ssl wasn't setup right.
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objectsCommented:
> perhaps all those classes are possibly included by default or something

afaik they are
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Sathish David Kumar NCommented:
check with jars
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