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Create a means for WMB to check certificate revocation
We are using Broker with a SOAP Input node which is configured to use HTTPS, with clientAuth set to true. As well as checking the client certificate we also need to check whether the client's certificate has been revoked i.e. whether it appears in a CRL (certificate Revocation List). We came across some documentation about setting the Java properties com.ibm.jsse2.checkRevocation and com.ibm.security.enableCRLDP to enable CRL checking (See http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/jdk/security/50/secguides/jsse2Docs/JSSE2RefGuide.html) and have tried this with Broker. This worked, and checked CRLs, but only when the Broker acts as a client, such as when using the TFIM STS interface. But it didn't work when the Broker acts as a server, as in receiving a request at a SOAP Input node.
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