Installing the Java Cryptography Extension on JSA
The Java Cryptography Extension (JCE) is a Java framework that is required for JSA to decrypt advanced cryptography algorithms for AES192 or AES256. The following information describes how to install Oracle JCE on your JSA appliance.
- Download the latest version of the Java Cryptography Extension
from the following website:
The Java Cryptography Extension version must match the version of the Java installed on JSA.
- Extract the JCE file.
The following Java archive (JAR) files are included in the JCE download:
- Log in to your JSA Console or JSA Event Collector as a root user.
- Copy the JCE JAR files to the following directory on your JSA Console or Event Collector:
The JCE JAR files are only copied to the system that receives the AES192 or AE256 encrypted files.
- Restart the JSA services by typing one of
the following commands:
If you are using JSA 2014.x, type service ecs-ec restart.
If you are using JSA 7.3.0, type systemctl restart ecs-ec.service..
If you are using JSA 7.3.1, type type systemctl restart ecs-ec-ingress.service..