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  2. JENKINS-21641

The system cannot create a SOAP connector to connect to remote host using websphere deployer plugin

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      We are trying to deploy a java j2ee EAR to WebSphere application server(v8.0.0) hosted on a remote host
      ->We had copied the required jars(com.ibm.ws.admin.client_8.0.0.jar, com.ibm.ws.orb_8.0.0.jar) from that remote host to our Build server where jenkins is hosted.
      ->We had copied the DummyClientKeyFile.jks, DummyClientTrustFile.jks to Build server and given their path in the Job config.
      ->When tried to Test Connection, we are getting the following error,

      Connection failed: com.ibm.websphere.management.exception.ConnectorException: ADMC0016E: The system cannot create a SOAP connector to connect to host <remotehostIP> at port 8879.
      at com.ibm.websphere.management.AdminClientFactory.createAdminClientPrivileged(AdminClientFactory.java:634)
      at com.ibm.websphere.management.AdminClientFactory.access$000(AdminClientFactory.java:126)
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          gpeters Greg Peters added a comment - - edited

          Vamsi,

          I understand you're using IBM WebSphere Application Server. I just wanted to see if the InstallCert helped you. WebSphere Liberty Profile is a different EE container from WAS. You'll know you're using WLP because it's totally different.

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          gpeters Greg Peters added a comment - - edited Vamsi, I understand you're using IBM WebSphere Application Server. I just wanted to see if the InstallCert helped you. WebSphere Liberty Profile is a different EE container from WAS. You'll know you're using WLP because it's totally different.
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          gpeters Greg Peters added a comment -

          Another user suggested using JCE inside of WebSphere Application Server. It's definitely an SSL permissions issue from your error log. If WebSphere's cert was changed to use another one other than the Dummy* cert, you'll need to import that one instead. Keep me updated.

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          gpeters Greg Peters added a comment - Another user suggested using JCE inside of WebSphere Application Server. It's definitely an SSL permissions issue from your error log. If WebSphere's cert was changed to use another one other than the Dummy* cert, you'll need to import that one instead. Keep me updated.
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          mamengat mohamed amin mengat added a comment -

          Hi Guys;

          Hope all is well at your end.

          Im facing the same problem, i can't deploy in was 7 using this plugin.

          Do we have any fix for this issue?!?

          Thank you very much for your help.

          Kind Regards

          Amin

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          mamengat mohamed amin mengat added a comment - Hi Guys; Hope all is well at your end. Im facing the same problem, i can't deploy in was 7 using this plugin. Do we have any fix for this issue?!? Thank you very much for your help. Kind Regards Amin
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          gpeters Greg Peters added a comment -

          @mohamed amin mengat,

          1) Navigate to the websphere admin console with your browser. You will likely get a permissions issue that the certificate is not trusted by your browser.
          2) This permissions issue means the default certificate by websphere is a "self signed" certificate.

          3) You must either import WebSphere's "Self Signed" cert by exporting it from the browser and importing it into the JVM that jenkins is using
          or
          4) Provide a valid cert for websphere

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          gpeters Greg Peters added a comment - @mohamed amin mengat, 1) Navigate to the websphere admin console with your browser. You will likely get a permissions issue that the certificate is not trusted by your browser. 2) This permissions issue means the default certificate by websphere is a "self signed" certificate. 3) You must either import WebSphere's "Self Signed" cert by exporting it from the browser and importing it into the JVM that jenkins is using or 4) Provide a valid cert for websphere
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          johngl Joao Miguel added a comment -

          Hi All,

          I am having the same issue... I was trying to install an SSL Certificate in IBM Websphere and because I was not having success I removed the certificate in Websphere console.
          When I restarted the Dmgr, node etc... I started to have this very annoying problem.
          I can log in the BPM Portal, BPM Admin Console and BPM Process Center BUT I cannot login in the Websphere Admin Console. "Page not found" it is what is being shown and in the log I find this message. I also have problems when I stop the Dmgr...

          Can anyone give me some tips?

          Thanks in advance.

          Regards,
          John

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          johngl Joao Miguel added a comment - Hi All, I am having the same issue... I was trying to install an SSL Certificate in IBM Websphere and because I was not having success I removed the certificate in Websphere console. When I restarted the Dmgr, node etc... I started to have this very annoying problem. I can log in the BPM Portal, BPM Admin Console and BPM Process Center BUT I cannot login in the Websphere Admin Console. "Page not found" it is what is being shown and in the log I find this message. I also have problems when I stop the Dmgr... Can anyone give me some tips? Thanks in advance. Regards, John

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              gpeters Greg Peters
              Reporter:
              hvamsik Vamsi Hari
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