Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1 Release Notes

The amconfig script fails when SSL certificate is expired. (6488777)

If the Access Manager container is running in SSL mode, and the container SSL certificate is expired, amconfig fails and may cause classpath corruption.

Workaround: If you have already run amconfig with an expired certificate, and the classpath is corrupted, first obtain a valid SSL certificate. Revert to the original domain.xml file, or a copy of the domain.xml file, in which the classpath is not corrupted. Then rerun the amconfig command:

/opt/SUNWam/bin/amconfig -s $PWD/amsamplesilent