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|Unable to install LSF patch after LDAP SSL config; LDAP SSL|
|Topic Started: Jul 28 2009, 02:03 PM (840 Views)|
|vemi007||Jul 28 2009, 02:03 PM Post #1|
I recently switched our Lawson and LBI to use completly SS including all ldap calls going over on LDAPS protocol porrt 636, our LDAPBIND is also set to SSL. The application and LBI are working well since past few months since the upgrade. A week ago I got ready to apply my first LSF post patch after SSL configuration. As you are already aware when u install patch using Lawson java installer it validates if ldap is running, it is failing here. The error ii see is unable toc onnect to server port 636. Port connectivity is good , I pretty sure the problem is with SSL. Tivoli LDAP is not trusting the connection coming from the installer. The application and LBI works fine .. I just cannot get it to work for Installer. ANy insight is much appreciated. I have even checked the install.cfg and the ldap parameters all point to LDAPS, SSL etc.
As a work around to install patch , I have port 389 still open which helps me with the install and nothing else, I would like to get the patch install working with port 636. Lawson says it should work and the ask me to contact LPS. Any help is appreciated.
|atsekhan||Aug 11 2009, 08:25 AM Post #2|
|Have you modified install.cfg?|
|vemi007||Aug 18 2009, 07:21 AM Post #3|
Yes I did, here is the updated values for LDAP from install.cfg..
Am I missing something ?
|schroncd||Aug 19 2009, 04:38 AM Post #4|
|When you start the patch installer, hard code the java to the one in WebSphere where you installed the certificate, instead of the one for the OS - which is probably in your PATH and the one you specified as JAVA_HOME and LAW_JAVA_HOME|
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