000027668 - Utilize Authentication Manager SDK 8.0 in non-weblogic environment

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Article Number000027668
Applies ToAuthentication Manager 8.0 SDK
Java
IssueUtilize Authentication Manager SDK 8.0 in non-Weblogic environment
Using default Weblogic EJB connection in non-Weblogic environment (Tomcat for example) does not deploy successfully
com.sun.xml.ws.api.wsdl.writer.WSDLGeneratorExtension: Provider
weblogic.wsee.jaxws.framework.policy.WSDLGeneratorExtension is
specified in jar:file:<appserver path>/lib/wlfullclient.jar!/META-INF/services/com.sun.xml .ws.api.wsdl.writer.WSDLGeneratorExtension
but not found
CauseThe 8.0 SDK documentation does not adequately explain how to use the Spring HttpInvoker connection type recommended for non-Weblogic environments. 
ResolutionThe HttpInvoker connection type avoids any Weblogic dependencies and can be used by performing the following configuration steps:
1)  Define application classpath to include the SDK jar files described by parameter classpath.run.httpinvoker in SDK_HOME/samples/common-build.xml
2)  Define javax.net.ssl.trustStore to point to keystore that the Authentication Manager's root certificate was imported into.
3)  Ensure that config.properties parameter ims.httpinvoker.client.provider.url is created and set equal to  https://<AM FQDN>:7002/ims-ws/httpinvoker/CommandServer
4) Modify the following line of connection code to specify the HttpInvoker:
          //Connection conn = ConnectionFactory.getConnection();
         Connection conn = ConnectionFactory.getConnection("HttpInvokerCommandTargetBasicAuth");
OR
Rather than modify the connection code instead define the parameter:  ims.client.primary.command.target = HttpInvokerCommandTargetBasicAuth
 
NotesThis solution also applies to environments not using Weblogic 10.
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