8 Replies Latest reply on Mar 31, 2020 11:33 PM by Alfred Schmidt

    SSL operation failed - tls_process_server_certificate:certificate verify failed

    Alfred Schmidt New Member

      Hello,

       

      we are getting the following error since today (31.03.2020):

      SoapClient::__doRequest(): SSL operation failed with code 1. OpenSSL Error messages:

      error:1416F086:SSL routines:tls_process_server_certificate:certificate verify failed

       

      Example Request:

       

      <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

      <env:Envelope xmlns:env="http://www.w3.org/2003/05/soap-envelope" xmlns:ns1="http://validator5.AddressDoctor.com/Webservice5/v4" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">

      <env:Body>

      <ns1:Process>

      <ns1:login>****</ns1:login>

      <ns1:password>****</ns1:password>

      <ns1:parameters>

      <ns1:ProcessMode>BATCH</ns1:ProcessMode>

      <ns1:ServiceParameters>

      <ns1:JobToken/>

      <ns1:CampaignId/>

      <ns1:ReservedXml/>

      <ns1:UseTransactionPool>TEST</ns1:UseTransactionPool>

      </ns1:ServiceParameters>

      <ns1:ValidationParameters>

      <ns1:FormatType/>

      <ns1:FormatDelimiter/>

      <ns1:DefaultCountryISO3/>

      <ns1:ForceCountryISO3/>

      <ns1:CountryType/>

      <ns1:CountryOfOriginISO3/>

      <ns1:StreetWithNumber>true</ns1:StreetWithNumber>

      <ns1:FormatWithCountry>true</ns1:FormatWithCountry>

      <ns1:ElementAbbreviation>false</ns1:ElementAbbreviation>

      <ns1:PreferredScript/>

      <ns1:PreferredLanguage/>

      <ns1:AliasStreet/>

      <ns1:AliasLocality/>

      <ns1:GlobalCasing/>

      <ns1:GlobalMaxLength>0</ns1:GlobalMaxLength>

      <ns1:GlobalPreferredDescriptor/>

      <ns1:MatchingScope/>

      <ns1:MaxResultCount>20</ns1:MaxResultCount>

      <ns1:DualAddressPriority/>

      <ns1:StandardizeInvalidAddresses>true</ns1:StandardizeInvalidAddresses>

      <ns1:RangesToExpand/>

      <ns1:FlexibleRangeExpansion>true</ns1:FlexibleRangeExpansion>

      <ns1:GeoCodingType/>

      <ns1:MatchingAlternatives/>

      <ns1:MatchingExtendedArchive>false</ns1:MatchingExtendedArchive>

      <ns1:DisableCertifiedModeISO3/>

      <ns1:FormatMaxLines>19</ns1:FormatMaxLines>

      <ns1:FormatAddressComplete/>

      <ns1:OutputOptions>

      <ns1:AddressDetailed>ON</ns1:AddressDetailed>

      </ns1:OutputOptions>

      </ns1:ValidationParameters>

      </ns1:parameters>

      <ns1:addresses>

      <ns1:Address>

      <ns1:Organization/>

      <ns1:Contact/>

      <ns1:Building>

      <ns1:string/>

      </ns1:Building>

      <ns1:Street>

      <ns1:string>Musterstr.</ns1:string>

      </ns1:Street>

      <ns1:HouseNumber>

      <ns1:string>10</ns1:string>

      </ns1:HouseNumber>

      <ns1:Locality>

      <ns1:string>Kassel</ns1:string>

      </ns1:Locality>

      <ns1:PostalCode>

      <ns1:string>34125</ns1:string>

      </ns1:PostalCode>

      <ns1:Province/>

      <ns1:Country>

      <ns1:string>DEU</ns1:string>

      </ns1:Country>

      <ns1:RecipientLines/>

      <ns1:DeliveryAddressLines/>

      <ns1:AdditionalAddressInformation xsi:nil="true"/>

      </ns1:Address>

      </ns1:addresses>

      </ns1:Process>

      </env:Body>

      </env:Envelope>

      Does that have anything to do with https://status.informatica.com/incidents/2w7dctq582k9 ?

       

      I would appreciate any help.

       

      Best regards

      Alfred Schmidt