Did you make the registry setting change as suggested bu both NIM and Java? The maven m:co goal should work to check out the https://svn.codehaus.org/openejb/branches/dain-2.2-merge/merged branch from openejb. Engert <[hidden email]> >> Argonne National Laboratory >> 9700 South Cass Avenue >> Argonne, Illinois 60439 >> (630) 252-5444 >> > > _______________________________________________ krbdev mailing list For example, by a kinit or Java. > I typed the path "C:\Documents and Settings\user\krb5cc_1000" into the text > box and clicked the "Add" button, but it said something like "the Check This Out
The changeset is at http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk8/tl/jdk/rev/897b2d42995a Show Weijun Wang added a comment - 2012-06-28 23:39 BT2:SUGGESTED FIX The 6587676 fix in JDK 7 includes two parts: 1. It may already have been terminated.* >>> >>> But the most curious thing is that execution continues and secure context >>> is >>> created indeed. Sensitive application messages can be wrapped or encrypted by the GSS-API to provide secure communication between client and server. For authentication using a username and password, you need: KerberosServerPrincipal For example [email protected] (DB2TEST.com) is the domain name, replace it with the domain you just created)SecurityMechanism For example com.ibm.db2.jcc.DB2BaseDataSource.KERBEROS_SECURITY (value is http://kerberos.996246.n3.nabble.com/Error-calling-function-protocol-status-1312-td29646.html
Thanks, Douglas, for introducing Jeff Altman and Weijun Wang to me. This work was done in the https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/geronimo/branches/dain/ openejb-2.2-merge branch, and is largely composed of merges from the Geronimo dead-1.2 branch. I never tire for saying thank you! Here's what I run in my Globomantics domain.C:\>nslookup Default Server:' chi-dc01.globomantics.local Address:' 172.16.20.1 > set type=SRV > _kerberos._tcp.dc._msdcs.globomantics.local Server:' chi-dc01.globomantics.local Address:' 172.16.20.1 _kerberos._tcp.dc._msdcs.globomantics.local'''' SRV service location: priority'''''' = 0 weight'''''''' =
It also contains information the server can use to ensure that the client using the ticket is the same client to whom the ticket was issued. Small world! > > > Douglas E. I've also configured KDC + AS services on >>>>>> that >>>>>> machine, and I'm glad to see that I'm able to create a secure context >>>>>> between the server and other http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.comp.encryption.kerberos.devel/7713 dW Answers Ask a technical question Explore more technical topics Tutorials & training to grow your development skills Back to top static.content.url=http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/js/artrating/SITE_ID=1Zone=Information ManagementArticleID=999010ArticleTitle=Connect your apps to DB2 with high-security Kerberospublish-date=03022015 About
Then, you will see this error. >> >> Without the ccache, Java will try the Kerberos login itself, you'll need to >> provide username and password in your program. >> >> You dangle a piece of string into a super-saturated solution and a whole operating-system crystallises out around it." /********************************** * Jules Gosnell * Partner * Core Developers Network (Europe) * * If no cached credentials are available, username and password are used to obtain a TGT and then Java caches that TGT internally. It may have already been terminated.Resolution: Java tries to get the credentials cache (ccache) from Windows Local Security Authority (LSA) if you specify useTicketCache=true in the JAAS config file.
Thanks in advance! Program could be cmd.exe or even > explorer.exe > > >> Thanks a lot, guys! >> >> Regards, >> Santi >> >> >> 2009/10/14 Douglas E. The 0x04 is >>> the >>> version.) It could be Java only knows how to handle versions up to 3. >>> >>> In the MIT krb5.conf used by NIM, try adding The DS Driver package contains drivers and libraries for various programming language environments.
Anyway, I would appreciate to > read some documentation on both tasks. his comment is here Engert Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ Re: Error calling function protocol status: 1312 Santiago Rivas wrote: > All information submitted is secure. In jdk6 this error message is not supposed be output generally(non debug mode), right?
That could be a bug if it is anything other than a warning. in the /jre/lib/security/java.security file. Learn more. http://birdsallgraphics.com/error-calling/error-calling-external-function-s.php The trick is Geronimo decided to ditch it's trunk (1.2) around April and OpenEJB 2 and 3 are still using it.
Error/warning messages cleanup (all other changes) You can backport the 2nd part to 6u. The default name and location of the Kerberos configuration file depends on the operating system being used. This file may be specified as the value of the Java property java.security.auth.login.config or as the value of the property login.config.url.
Provide the username and password in the application and try again.Message: Caught javax.security.auth.login.LoginException while using JAASLogin. The changeset is at http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk8/tl/jdk/rev/897b2d42995a People Assignee: Mala Bankal (Inactive) Reporter: Xiaojun Zhang (Inactive) Votes: 0 Vote for this issue Watchers: 3 Start watching this issue Dates Created: 2012-06-28 23:14 The user needs to set securityMechanism and KerberosServerPrincipal properties and use the delegated credential to set the GSSCredential in DB2Configuration. Close [x] Choose your display name The first time you sign in to developerWorks, a profile is created for you, so you need to choose a display name.
Regards, Santi 2009/10/16 Douglas E. Engert Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ Re: Error calling function protocol status: 1312 In reply to this Heathrow to Gatwick and traffic jam How can I have low-level 5e necromancer NPCs controlling many, many undead in this converted adventure? http://birdsallgraphics.com/error-calling/error-calling-external-object-function-name.php The other links look good.
I've reset the machine and verified that the > user has privileges to access the path I'm typing son I don't known where > I'm mistaking... ¿? Engert <[hidden email]> > > > Santiago Rivas wrote: > >> Ok, here is what I've done: >> I changed the JAAS config file, setting "useTicketCache=
Sees that it is still valid, that it has been signed by Charlie and has their secret code, so he knows it came from Charlie. Toggle navigation Software Tips Questions Blogs Links Communities Blog Taming the Three-Headed Beast Kerberos Taming the Three-Headed Beast Kerberos greg_shields How helpful is this to you? He has completed a Master Of Technology degree from Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Gwalior. 02 March 2015 Also available inChinese Table of contents Introduction What is Kerberos? It is not really a cache on XP but a ticket request interface.
The GSS-API enables programs to access security services by passing credentials between principals. In some cases, Java >>>> believes there's a ccache at the beginning, but finally it cannot get >>>> one. >>>> For example, you login as a AD account but then purge Preferably, the credentials should be obtained using the client's authority. If you cannot make a slot during this window, please mention it.
Could you please tell > me where I can > find it? > > > Engert wrote: > > Santiago Rivas wrote: >> So, if I didn't misunderstood your words, I basically have at least 2 >> alternatives to achieve ticket collection from cache under Windows I've also checked *krb5kdc.log* and verified that both >>>> TGT >>>> ans TGS tickets are generated and delivered correctly. >>>> >>>> I've searched the web and I've found many posible explanations,