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EP 6.0 SP9 , WAS 6.40 on Linux_32 platform install

Hi,

I just began the install. AFter about 4 or 5 screens from sapinst, I am prompted for the following:

Cryptography Level - weak or strong (i pick strong)

SAP Java Library Archive -

JCE Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Archive

My problem is with the "Sap Java Library Archive". In pressing F1 for help, I get a popup that says:

Definition - Location of the Sap Java libraries

Dependencies - The SAP Java Libraries (tc_sec_java_crypto_signed_fs_lib_630SP1.sda, for example) are available https://security.wdf.sap.corp -> projects -> SAP Java Libraries for J2EE Server

Well, I can't log directly into https://security.wdf.sap.corp. Any ideas what is needed here and where to get it?

thanks in advance,

Steven McElwee, Duke University

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    Posted on Dec 29, 2004 at 10:26 PM

    Hi again,

    I forgot to mention that I am installing the J2EE WAS 6.40 only - no abap.

    Steven

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2005 at 12:34 AM

    I figured this out. Go to SAP software distribution https://websmp102.sap-ag.de/swdc . Click on the SAP Cryptographic Software link. Download SAP JAVA CryptoToolkit (J2EE Engine as of release 6.30). You can use one of the files contained in the CAR file. The file I used was in the JDK1.4x directory. The name of the file is tc_sec_java_crypto_signed_fs_lib.sda.

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