Aaron Freeman wrote:
> Sorry to bump this question, but any idea if this will be fixed in 
> 4.0.7 or 4.0.8 (or if's even a bug or something I am doing wrong)?
I've added is as a bug report at http://bugs.caucho.com/view.php?id=4054.

Since your syntax is correct for 4.0.x, this looks like a Resin bug. It 
should be possible to fix in 4.0.8.

-- Scott
>
> Thanks,
>
> Aaron
>
>
>> Scott,
>>
>> Still struggling with the issue where we cannot encrypt passwords in 
>> our resin.xml file.  As you have indicated, there is now a better clue:
>>
>> C:\opt\. . .\conf\admin.xml:41: unable to create attribute 
>> SetterAttribute[public void 
>> com.caucho.vfs.JsseSSLFactory.setPassword(java.lang.String)] for 
>> com.caucho.vfs.jssesslfact...@79f03d7 and 
>> QName[{http://caucho.com/ns/resin}password]
>>
>> 39:                 <key-store-type>jks</key-store-type>
>> 40:                 <key-store-file>/opt/. . ./keys.kdb</key-store-file>
>> 41:                 <password xmlns:encryption="urn:java:com.encryption">
>> 42:                     <encryption:Password>abcdf</encryption:Password>
>> 43:                 </password>
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Aaron
>>
>>
>> On 3/22/2010 6:09 PM, Scott Ferguson wrote:
>>> Aaron Freeman wrote:
>>>   
>>>> O
>>>> Man, I don't see how I am blowing it then.  Does this look right:
>>>>
>>>> <password xmlns:encryption="urn:java:[full package, not including the 
>>>> class]">
>>>> <encryption:[class name]>abcdefg</encryption:[class name]>
>>>> </password>
>>>>
>>>> Where the [full package, not including the class] would be something 
>>>> like "java.util" and the class name would be something like "Hashmap" 
>>>> with an uppercase first character like classes normally are capitalized?
>>>>
>>>> If so, I am a bit baffled.
>>>>   
>>>>     
>>> That looks fine. I'll have a snapshot in a day or two with the improved 
>>> error messages. That may give a better idea of the issue.
>>>
>>> You could also try removing the whitespace around the 
>>> <encryption:Password> (it shouldn't matter, but then again your example 
>>> should work.)
>>>
>>> -- Scott
>>>   
>>>> Aaron
>>>>
>>>>
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