I noticed that I can add.
But the quesiton is how do I know if the client's cert is sent to the server?
Also, I noticed SSL only works with G3 but not with G2 (they all use j2sdk1.4.1_04). What do I do to make it work with G2?
Philip Aston <paston@...> wrote:
The Grinder uses the default J2SE/JSSE SSL socket factory.
I've never tried this, but you should be able to add your client
certficate to a Java keystore, and specify the key store with the
javax.net.ssl.keyStore and javax.net.ssl.keyStorePassword system
See the following path in the J2SE 1.4.1 documentation:
Currently there is no HTTP plugin API to alter the socket factory used,
so there is no option to programatically set different SSL contexts for
different threads, e.g. to support many different client certificates.
This would be simple to add, but would require the user to be a fairly
advanced developer to make use of it. Let me know whether you would
find it useful.
From: Jimmy Wang [mailto:jieming_wang@...]
Sent: 30 September 2003 00:13
Subject: [Grinder-use] Does grinder support web client Certificate ?
Does grinder support web client Certificate ? If yes, how do I do that ?
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