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SSL-Enabled Brokers
The following table lists command-line options for connecting JMSAdmin to a Broker that is SSL-enabled.
Option
Description
-s keystore
or
-sslKeystore keystore
Specifies the file that holds the digital certificate JMSAdmin will use to connect to an SSL-enabled Broker.
Specifying this option sets the value of the $sslKeystore system variable.
-w password
or
-sslPassword password
Specifies the password JMSAdmin is to use when connecting to the Broker using SSL.
Specifying this option sets the value of the $sslPassword system variable.
-r truststore
or
-sslTruststore truststore
Specifies the file that holds the trusted root, or CA public key that JMSAdmin will use to connect to an SSL-enabled Broker.
Specifying this option sets the value of the $sslTruststore system variable.
-e
or
-sslEncrypted
Specifies that communication between JMSAdmin and the Broker is to be encrypted.
This option does not take an argument. If the option is not used, JMSAdmin will use unencrypted communications.
Specifying this option sets the value of the $sslEncrypted system variable to "true."
You can set SSL parameters by using JMSAdmin and providing the values on the command line. You can also specify the SSL parameter values by setting the SSL-related system variables after JMSAdmin is running, which overrides any SSL options set via the command line.
For additional information about SSL configuration, see Administering webMethods Broker .