Anaplan Connect issue:- sun.security.validator.ValidatorException: PKIX path building failed
Anaplan Connect scripts were working fine since 1 year, not sure what happen suddenly I'm getting below error messages while executing.
sun.security.provider.certpath.SunCertPathBuilderException: unable to find valid certification path to requested target (Validator: PKIX path building failed: sun.security.provider.certpath.SunCertPathBuilderException: unable to find valid certification path to requested target (Sun cert path builder: unable to find valid certification path to requested target
We didn't install/setup any kind certificates and so far Java jdk 1.8
Kindly help me.
This means that Anaplan Connect cannot establish a secure connection, perhaps because a firewall is performing stateful packet inspection or the Java runtime's trusted root certificates are missing/damaged. You may be able to debug by setting the environment variable
before running Anaplan Connect, though it will likely produce a lot of output to sift through.
You could also try opening in a browser and inspecting the server certificate chain by clicking the padlock icon.0
Thank for your support.
Currently is certificates installed so far. I don't see any JAVA_OPTS in environment variable list. So I have added as per the above. Now script showing below error message.
I'm getting below screen while connect to the url
Sorry, I'm not good in setup enviroment variables. Please let me know, if I'm doing any thing wrong.
Thanks & regards,
Looks like its feeding in correctly, you just need to remove the leading "JAVA_OPTS=" from the value itself. It may be easier to set it in a batch file that calls out to AnaplanClient.bat.
In your browser if you click on the padlock in the address bar you should be able to view the certificate chain, from my machine it looks like
If it is substantively different, I'd suggest contacting your network administrator for guidance.
(If anyone finds this in a years time, the details will be different as the server certificate has a finite lifespan)0
Thanks for the assistance and appreciate for the quick response.
Out internal IT admin provided the solution and it's I'm able to run script now.
Thanks & regards,