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Secured REST Connector with provided key/truststores fail



Connecting to a HTTPS REST Connector fails with SSLPeerUnverifiedException. This occurs despite having provided keystore and truststore information in the Rule form.

Error Messages

HTTP connect execution failure: peer not authenticated - peer not authenticated

Steps to Reproduce

1. Configure a REST Connector over HTTPS.
2. Provide a keystore and truststore in the Rule-Connect-REST ruleform.
3. Attempt to connect.

Root Cause

A defect in Pegasystems’ code or rules.



The issue resolves with the following local-change:

1. Include the section Rule-Connect-.pzSSLConfiguration in Rule-Connect-REST.pyService
2. Alter pyInvokeRESTConnector activity, Step 4
3. Replace String protocol = "SSL"; with String protocol = stepPage.getString("pySSLProtocolVersion");


Published August 28, 2015 - Updated October 8, 2020

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