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Java Field Name and Class

XML Attribute/Element and Type

Description

cipherSuites - CipherSuitesParameters

sslContextParameters/ciphersuites - CipherSuitesParameters

This optional property represents a collection of explicitly named cipher suites to enable on both the client and server side as well as in the SSLEngine.  These values take precedence over filters supplied in cipherSuitesFilter.  The utility attempts to enable the listed cipher suites regardless of whether or not the JSSE provider actually supports them or not.  This behavior guarantees that listed cipher suites are always enabled when listed.  For a more lenient option, use cipherSuitesFilter.

cipherSuitesFilter - FilterParameters

sslContextParameters/cipherSuitesFilter - FilterParameters

This optional property represents a collection of include and exclude patterns for cipher suites to enable on both the client and server side as well as in the SSLEngine.  The patterns are applied over only the available cipher suites.  The exclude patterns have precedence over the include patterns.  If no cipherSuites and no cipherSuitesFilter are present, the default patterns applied are:

Includes

  • .*

Excludes

  • .*_NULL_.*
  • .*_anon_.*
  • .*_DES_.* Camel 2.15.4
  • .*_EXPORT_.* Camel 2.15.4

secureSocketProtocols - SecureSocketProtocolsParameters

sslContextParameters/secureSocketProtocols - SecureSocketProtocolsParameters

This optional property represents a collection of explicitly named secure socket protocols, such as SSLv3/TLS/etc., to enable on both the client and server side as well as in the SSLEngine.  These values take precedence over filters supplied in secureSocketProtocolsFilter.  The utility attempts to enable the listed protocols regardless of whether or not the JSSE provider actually supports them or not.  This behavior guarantees that listed protocols are always enabled when listed.  For a more lenient option, use secureSocketProtocolsFilter.

secureSocketProtocolsFilter - FilterParameters

sslContextParameters/secureSocketProtocolsFilter - FilterParameters

This optional property represents a collection of include and exclude patterns for secure socket protocols to enable on both the client and server side as well as in the SSLEngine.  The patterns are applied over only the available protocols.  The exclude patterns have precedence over the include patterns.  If no secureSocketProtocols and no secureSocketProtocolsFilter are present, the default patterns applied are:

Includes

  • .*

sessionTimeout - java.lang.String

sslContextParameters/@sessionTimeout - xsd:string

This optional property defines the timeout period, in seconds, for sessions on both the client and server side as well as in the SSLEngine.

keyManagers - KeyManagersParameters

sslContextParameters/keyManagers - KeyManagersParameters

This optional property configures the source of key material for providing identity of client and server side connections as well as in the SSLEngine.  If omitted, no source of key material is provided and the SSLContext is suitable only for client-side usage when mutual authentication is not in use.  You typically configure this property with a key store containing a client or server private key.

trustManagers - TrustManagersParameters

sslContextParameters/trustManagers - TrustManagersParameters

This optional property configures the source of material for verifying trust of key material used in the handshake process.  If omitted, the default trust manager is automatically used.  See the JSSE documentation for more information on how the default trust manager is configured.  You typically configure this property with a key store containing trusted CA certificates.

secureRandom - SecureRandomParameters

sslContextParameters/secureRandom - SecureRandomParameters

This optional property configures the secure random number generator used by the client and server side as well as in the SSLEngine.  If omitted, the default secure random number generator is used.

clientParameters - SSLContextClientParameters

sslContextParameters/clientParameters - SSLContextClientParameters

This optional property configures additional settings that apply only to the client side aspects of the SSLContext.  If present, these settings override the settings specified at the SSLContextParameters level.

serverParameters - SSLContextServerParameters

sslContextParameters/serverParameters - SSLContextServerParameters

This optional property configures additional settings that apply only to the server side aspects of the SSLContext.  If present, these settings override the settings specified at the SSLContextParameters level.

provider - java.lang.String

sslContextParameters/@provider - xsd:string

The optional provider identifier for the JSSE implementation to use when constructing the SSLContext.  If omitted, the standard provider look-up mechanism is used to resolve the provider.

secureSocketProtocol - java.lang.String

sslContextParameters/@secureSocketProtocol - xsd:string

The optional secure socket protocol. See Appendix A in the Java Secure Socket Extension Reference Guide for information about standard protocol names.  If omitted, TLS is used by default.  Note that this property is related to but distinctly different from the secureSocketProtocols and secureSocketProtocolsFilter properties.

certAlias - java.lang.StringsslContextParameters/@certAlias - xsd:string

*Camel 2.13:* An optional certificate alias to use. This is useful when the keystore has multiple certificates.

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