Setup SSL Encryption for UniObjects

This video provides you a step by step directions to implement the SSL Encryption for UniObjects.NET and UniObjects JAVA. The instructions take you through how to create and implement using Self-Signed Certificates that will cause a 1028Bit or larger encryption between the client PC and the UniVerse or UniData Server.

Create Certificate Request

The Common Name may be one of the following:

· A Fully Qualified Domain Name (e.g. "secure.yourdomain.com")

· An Internal Server Name (e.g. "intranetserver")

· A Private IP address (e.g. "192.168.0.1")

· A Public IP address (e.g. "202.144.8.10")

It is recommended that you use a Fully Qualified Domain if this is going to be access from the public internet, or the Internal Server Name of the U2 Server. This way the certificate produce a validation error if and when the IP Address changes of the server.

If you can use the same Fully Qualified Domain for internal server as well as public access, then you will have both of best worlds.

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Nathan Rector

Nathan Rector, President of International Spectrum, has been in the MultiValue marketplace as a consultant, author, and presenter since 1992. As a consultant, Nathan specialized in integrating MultiValue applications with other devices and non-MultiValue data, structures, and applications into existing MultiValue databases. During that time, Nathan worked with PDA, Mobile Device, Handheld scanners, POS, and other manufacturing and distribution interfaces.

In 2006, Nathan purchased International Spectrum Magazine and Conference and has been working with the MultiValue Community to expand its reach into current technologies and markets. During this time he has been providing mentorship training to people converting Console Applications (Green Screen/Text Driven) to GUI (Graphical User Interfaces), Mobile, and Web. He has also been working with new developers to the MultiValue Marketplace to train them in how MultiValue works and acts, as well as how it differs from the traditional Relational Database Model (SQL).

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