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How do I make use of Sun JCE in Websphere environment, where it enforces the use of IBM JCE. I had coded the crypting section using Sun JCE when the application was deployed in Tomcat. Now I am planning to move the same to Websphere.

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This is being fixed by supplying the Sun JCE jar as a resource in the lib of the web application. The problem was, IBM websphere does use its own internal JDK that support IBM JCE and I don't know how to configure this to point to an external Jdk1.4 installation for default cryptography support. So, when the decryption/encryption task comes up, it ends up with an exception. Now, we are supplying the Sun JCE as part of the lib which is used to read the secret key file and rest is taken care of by IBM JCE. We are using DESkey. Thanks for the valuable input Grant. Still, I am not sure whether we can configure WSAD to point to an external jdk installation.
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