Unable to create SSL Socket Factory: Keystore was tampered with, or password was incorrect

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Unable to create SSL Socket Factory: Keystore was tampered with, or password was incorrect

 

Today, I received the following error while configuring SSL certificates on Oracle BPM domain; version is 12.1.3. I incorrectly specified the SSL passphrase somewhere in the WebLogic server.  

 

oracle.fabric.common.FabricException: Unable to create SSL Socket Factory: Keystore was tampered with, or password was incorrect
at oracle.integration.platform.common.SSLSocketFactoryManagerImpl$1.run(SSLSocketFactoryManagerImpl.java:106)
at oracle.integration.platform.common.SSLSocketFactoryManagerImpl$1.run(SSLSocketFactoryManagerImpl.java:87)
at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)
at oracle.integration.platform.common.SSLSocketFactoryManagerImpl.getSSLSocketFactory(SSLSocketFactoryManagerImpl.java:87)
at oracle.integration.platform.common.SSLSocketFactoryManagerImpl.getSSLSocketFactory(SSLSocketFactoryManagerImpl.java:50)
at oracle.integration.platform.blocks.soap.AbstractWebServiceBindingComponent.setPro….

 

Solution

  1. Login into WebLogic enterprise manager. Default it is http://localhost:7001/em
  2. Expand the WebLogic Domain
  3. Right click on the Domain, Select Credentials 
  4. Expand SOA, Select the KeyStorePassword, Edit it. 
  5. Enter the correct Password and Confirm Password
  6. Restart Admin and Managed servers 

If the above solution not works, check the below settings 

 

  1. Login into WebLogic Console
  2. Select the Adminserver, Select the KeyStores tab
  3. Enter the correct PassPhrase
  4. Select the SSL tab 
  5. Enter the correct PassPhrase
  6. Do the step 1 to 5 to all the managed servers 
  7. Restart Admin and Managed Servers 
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