Chapter 5: Using SSL in Java Clients
Java applet clients can use the Web browser’s Java SSL implementation to create SSL connections to an EAServer. SSL connections from a Java applet require that:
You connect to a server listener that supports the desired level of security. You do this by specifying the address as an IOR string as described in “Creating a Manager instance” in Chapter 12, “Creating CORBA Java Clients,” of the EAServer Programmer’s Guide.
Your Web browser recognizes and accepts the server listener’s SSL certificate.
If using mutual authentication, you have a personal certificate installed in the Web browser’s certificate database, signed by a certificate authority that is recognized and trusted by the EAServer.
Chapter 16, “Tutorial: Using SSL” contains a security tutorial that walks you through the tasks of configuring certificates and running a sample applet that connects to EAServer using SSL.
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