SSL,Restful calls , java

Hello,
  I have application that currently exposes some restful API's . I am able to access and retrieve information  via http using jersey.  Now , I enable HTTS  for the application by using the keytool command to generate the .jks and .csr file. . The application now run via HTTPS

What do I need to do on the client to make the rest call work using https ?. Do I have to import the certificate into my client keystore?

Thanks for your help
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MogalManicCommented:
You don't need to. The browser should handled the ssl encryption theough the http URL.
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Mayank SAssociate Director - Product EngineeringCommented:
If your client is a Java program, it needs to use HttpsUrlConnection instead of HttpUrlConnection. In any case, the former is a sub-class of the latter.
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SiemensSENAuthor Commented:
I am using Jersey to call the restAPI

String auth= new String(Base64.encode(JConstant.ID_PASS));
Client client = Client.create();
webResource = client.resource(JConstant.ROOTURL+"/issue/"+issueID);
response = webResource.header("Authorization", "Basic " + auth).type("application/json").accept("application/json").get(ClientResponse.class);
return(response.getEntity(String.class));

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This is the error when I use Https:
com.sun.jersey.api.client.ClientHandlerException: javax.net.ssl.SSLHandshakeException: java.security.cert.CertificateException: No subject alternative names present


I copied the .cer file and import it in my java cacaerts but it did not help

Thanks for your help
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mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
What do I need to do on the client to make the rest call work using https ?. Do I have to import the certificate into my client keystore?
As detailed in your other question, yes, importing the certificate is probably the best answer.
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