By design when we open an SSL connection in Java (e.g. through“https://….”)) the JSSE implementation of the SSL protocol performs few validations to ensure the requested host is not fake. This involves validation of the server’s X.509 certificate with the PKIX algorithm and checking the host name agains the certificate subject. If the SSL certificate is not


Installed the ireport 5.6 windows installer.   But when I try to start the ireport it shows flowing message:     fix:- Step-1: Find the iReport.conf(C:\Program Files (x86)\Jaspersoft\iReport-5.6.0\etc):     Step-2:Open it on text editor:   Step-3:Install JDK-7   Step-3:Copy your jdk installation path(C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.7.0_79):   Step-4:Add jdkhome(C:\Program Files


When we are coding some GUI in android, we specify in the layout some containers (view groups) and views. These entities have some attributes which allow us to configure their behaviour. Attributes can have different formats / types of values, like string, integer, color, enum, etc. We can use already specified attributes