I use the standard OpenJDK version of Java with openHab and found, that the problem with the marketplace binding persists - even though I replaced the existing with the oracle *.jar files. A pity. - other seem to have the same problem - see this threat.
I did it on my openHABian Pi and it works. The OP’s post can be misunderstood, you have to copy both jars to /usr/lib/jvm/zulu-embedded-8-armhf/jre/lib/security/ . And no reboot required, just a Java (=OH) restart.
If you’re not using Zulu Java or not ARM HW (RPis) then you need to find the correct directory equivalent for that on your system first.
can anyone thats got this fixed in openhabian please post the code that they typed into ssh to get this done. im not really upto the play with ssh commands and I can’t find the directories in the folder shares listed above.
Hey there. Thanks for the tips - a quick feedback:
I use standard openHABian isntallation and tried the Azul Systems crytography extension kit. Replaced the existing *.jar files and restarted openhab2 from the shell.
Unfortunately I have still the same MarketplaceProxy error.
UPDATE - WORKING NOW:
Found the solution - I was too eager and replaced the existing two *.jar files in their original position ( /usr/lib/jvm/zulu-embedded-8-armhf/jre/lib/security/policy/unlimited/ ). this didnt help.
Copying the new *.jar files exactly to the folder, which @CDriver pointed at originally ( / usr / lib / jvm / zulu-embedded-8-armhf / jre / lib / security / ) solved the problem.