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Old 08-27-2014, 09:53 AM
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Originally Posted by mirraraenn View Post
When you're talking about the truststore, do you mean the 'CACerts' keystore located at the java directory\lib\security\cacerts or with the keystore created and loaded for Mirth itself? I've added it to the first one, but not the second one because it says in the SSL plugin manager guide that it isn't used for HTTP Senders (but is still required).
Neither. You need to add it to appdata/truststore.jks and restart the Mirth Connect server. You should not be touching the Mirth Connect keystore (appdata/keystore.jks) at all.

As I said here as well, in 3.1 we're completely overhauling the SSL Manager plugin to be much easier to use. I highly recommend watching this (starts at 7:19): http://www.mirthcorp.com/protected-c...eveloper-qa-73
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