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-Dhttps.protocols parameter

 
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In which file should I place this?

 
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I get this error, I tried to use

javax.net.ssl.SSLException: Received fatal alert: protocol_version

I tried this in Run Configurations in Eclipse, but not solution.



I got the error when using SOAPUI.

Where should I  the code in SOAP UI? I am using a virtual Box.

Any idea, please?

 
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Looks like a command line parameter to the "java" executable.
 
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If it is a command line option, you can look it up here. If you scroll down to -D, it says,

-Dproperty=value
   Set a system property value. If value is a string that contains spaces, you must enclose the string in double quotes:

               java -Dfoo="some string" SomeClass

I presume you have not found anything in the documentation for SSLException? Do you have any manual handbook instructions or tutorial saying what protocol_version should be?
 
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Do you mean this?


 
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