Cannot have '@' in HTTP instance name if SSL is used
|Date:||9 September 2002|
|Product/Release:||LANSA for the Web|
|Abstract:||IBM limitation where HTTP instance name cannot containing a '@' when SSL is used|
|Submitted By:||LANSA Technical Support|
|Last Review:||December 2010|
If you accept the defaults during the LANSA for iSeries 9.1 install, this creates a HTTP configuration called DC@PGMLIB.
However, there is a known limitation in IBM that affects all versions whereby you cannot have a "@" sign in the configuration name when SSL is being used. This causes SSL to not function correctly.
IF your HTTP instance name has a '@' in it and you intend using SSL, you will need to rename your instance name to not have an '@' character.
This limitation is documented in section 26.4 Step 3. Create Web Server Configuration of the "LANSA on iSeries - Installation" guide.