You can configure your IDE to use JSSE to support SSL when importing a page that uses the HTTPS protocol.
If you import pages that use the HTTPS protocol, you will see an error message in your IDE's console window similar to the following:Error importing HTML:File not found:https://www.company.com
Eclipse does not have support for SSL by default, so an error message appears when IBM® WebSphere® Portlet Factory Designer tries to import a page that uses HTTPS. This error does not affect the actual running of the model (assuming that the application server that is hosting WebSphere Portlet Factory is configured to support the outbound Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)). However, you will lose the design-time check of the URL. The error message displayed above masks an incorrect URL that might have been caused by a typo, HTML parsing error, or certificate problems. You can either ignore the design-time error, or you can configure your IDE to use Java Secure Sockets Extension (JSSE) so that it will support SSL, as described in the steps below:
- Download JSSE from http://java.sun.com/products/jsse/index.html and follow the instructions for installing it.
Note: JSSE is included by default in JDK 1.4.0.
- Add the following line in WEB-INF/config/bowstreet.config file:
- Restart your IDE.
You should now be able to import HTTPS pages without errors.
Parent topic: Imported Page builder