This patch is bigger than I originally planned, but its mostly pretty
Resolved Trac Ticket 367 - pkidestroy does not remove connector
* Added RESTful servlet to add/remove a KRA connector from the CA.
* Modified ACL to allow KRA subsystem user to remove connector.
* Modified connector code to allow the connector to be replaced without
a server restart.
* Added functionality to pki CLI to add/remove connector
* Added code to pkidestroy to remove the connector (using both pki CLI
and sslget) When the issues with pki connection are resolved, we will
use that method instead.
* Modified sslget to accept HTTP return codes < 300. In this case, we
were returning 204 - which is perfectly legitimate.
Test this by:
1. Install a CA, KRA
2. pkidestroy the KRA. The KRA connector config should be removed from
3. Test removing/ adding KRA connector using pki.
Please review the attached patch which addresses the following PKI issue:
* TRAC Ticket #430 - License for 3rd party code
* I referenced the header of the 'jquery.i18n.properties' plug-in
because the documented license URLs are broken
o After searching the inspiration URL contained in this header,
although I concluded that the file called 'MIT-LICENSE.txt' most
likely pointed to the 'MIT-LICENSE.txt' file used by jquery, I
did not place a copy of this license text after the header for
o Also within this header, I was unable to determine the exact GPL
version, since I was unable to find the documented file called
o The header URL 'www.codingwithcoffee.com' contains a note in the
expanded text that the project page for 'jquery.i18n.properties'
has been moved to
'http://code.google.com/p/jquery-i18n-properties/', and thus
this was used as the 'Project URL'referenced at the top of the
Please review the attached patch which addresses the following PKI issues:
* TRAC Ticket #469 - Dogtag 10: Fix tomcatjss issue in pki-core.spec
and dogtag-pki.spec . . .
* TRAC Ticket #468 - pkispawn throws exception
The patch has been applied and successfully tested on a 64-bit Fedora 18