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I am facing an issue while implementing OAuth with SSL via apache web server to Jboss App Server.

I have installed an unsigned certificate on my apache server using openssl. I have made proxy entries in httpd.conf and extra/httpd-ssl.conf. While accessing the request token from the server via HTTPS mode, we are getting 'Invalid signature'. It works fine while using HTTP mode though.

If any one has worked on implementing OAuth with SSL. Please let me know what all entries need to be made on Apache web server
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As mentioned in the appendix A1 of this URL
http://oauth.net/core/1.0/

we need to use PLAINTEXT as the signature method, which worked for us
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