Be aware of running both CA process and ID Vault at the same time as the ID stored in the vault hasn't been certified yet. The limitation is understandable but why it's possible (i.e. the checkbox is available in the UI) to store a newly registered ID when using CA process can be confusing.
For more info see technote 1367969: ID Vault upload during registration fails when using Certificate Authority
So it's been very quiet in lekkimworld.com land over the month of May. Nothing much have happened blog wise and with 5 posts including this one I think I'm at an all-time low. So what's up with that? Well I don't know; I think I'm just in the mood just now. It's not like nothing is going on as I'm very busy evangelizing about Notes and Domino 8.5, teaching AppDev stuff to customers and generally a lot on the road. I'm just not blogging. Why? I don't know. What's even more wierd is why I want to share that...
I have some cool XPages/MyWidgets stuff I'll probably blog about soon but except that I think I'm all blogged out for May. I expect normal operations to resume in June.
Just found this gem in the Lotus Connections Forum on how to force the language for the Lotus Connections UI using just two simples lines in the httpd.conf.
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What is happening
The certificate for some Java applets in Lotus Domino 6.5.x, Domino 7.0.x, Domino 8.0.x, and Domino 8.5 have an expiration date of May 18, 2009. Starting May 19th, Web users will see a dialog with a message similar to one of the following when loading a Web page that contains a Java applet from the Domino server:
"The digital signature was generated with a trusted certificate but has expired or is not yet valid."
"The security certificate has expired or is not yet valid."
This issue can occur even if IBM is set up as a trusted publisher in the browser.
What does this mean
Please be assured that this message does not mean security has been compromised. It simply reflects the expiration of the signature originally provided in the security certificate used with certain Domino applets. You can find an explanation in the following technote:
Title: "Security certificate expiration messages generated from Domino applets (May 18, 2009)"
Action needed to resolve
To resolve the situation, you have three options: (1) Instruct users to "Always Trust" content from IBM, (2) if using Domino 7.x, upgrade to Domino 7.0.4, or (3) download and apply fixes. IBM recommends that you replace the affected Jar files (option 3) as described in the following download document for any supported release of Domino:
Title: "Download re-signed Java applets for Lotus Domino (May 18, 2009)"
Alternatively, an interim fix will be posted to Fix Central for the latest Modification and Fix Pack levels by May 8th. These include Domino 6.5.6 FP3, 7.0.3 FP1, 7.0.4, 8.0.2 FP1, and 8.5.0. If you're not running one of these releases, access the download document above, which provides fixes for all supported release levels.
General Self-Help Resources
Here are links to other ways that you can access IBM Lotus Notes & Domino self-help support information on the Web:
- My Support (http://www.ibm.com/software/support/einfo.html)
- Lotus Support is just a click away (http://www.ibm.com/software/lotus/support/clickaway/); learn more about Lotus Software Self-Assist Options.
- IBM Software Support Site design update (http://www.ibm.com/software/support/gcnews.html)
- New Lotus Notes Domino Wiki (http://www.lotus.com/ldd/dominowiki.nsf)
- Fix Central (http://www.ibm.com/support/fixcentral/)
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