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  1. #1
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    Question subject alternative name did not match site name Https

    Hi all, i am new here...

    I develop my application with Netbeans 6.1 to connect to a secure site using HTTPS.
    Using the emulator,it do well when i connect to a secure site like:"https://www.verisign.com", but when i try the other site like:"https://secure.payglobalone.com/pages/login.action", I found message :"subject alternative name did not match site name".What is the problem i faced?I need help..
    Thanks for reply me..



    regards,
    raja
    Last edited by raja_salomo; 2009-05-05 at 08:45.

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    Re: subject alternative name did not match site name Https

    Hello,
    getting this exception , SSL certificate is working in web browser , when I want to access the url using midp 2.0 and cldc 1.1 then getting the following exception
    javax.microedition.pki.CertificateException: Subject alternative name did not match site name
    waiting for reply..

    Praveen Kumar

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    Re: subject alternative name did not match site name Https

    Hi ,
    Have you added https permission in to the jad file ?

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    Re: subject alternative name did not match site name Https

    Praveen Kumar, which phone (or series) do you use? Is it an emulator? Do you use a wildcard in your certificate? Does this help?

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