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mis
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SCA and PeopleSoft Portal

I am having issues with PeopleSoft portal web pages being displayed. This appears to be due to the web pages being displayed via java. Any ideas on how to get this to work are greatly appriciated. I have verified my config by replacing the portal web server (Weblogic) with a server running Apache. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.

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Cisco Employee

Re: SCA and PeopleSoft Portal

Could you clarify the problem.

The page downloaded via HTTPS is not being displayed ?

Is that your problem ?

Does it work with Apache ?

With the SCA, is the traffic being redirected using a CSS ?

What's the software version of SCA and CSS.

Could you capture a sniffer trace between SCA and backend server.

Thanks,

Gilles.

mis
New Member

Re: SCA and PeopleSoft Portal

Sure. The issue is that, when I attempt to connect to the web server via https://, I receive the key correctly from the SCA (running in transparent mode) but the actual page on the web server errors with error 401 (page not found...). I can get this to work correctly by replacing the web server (running weblogic) with my laptop running Apache while keeping everything the same and by addressing my laptop the same as the weblogic web server. I know that the web server (Weblogic) displays pages correctly as I placed the second NIC on my local LAN without issue.

Cisco Employee

Re: SCA and PeopleSoft Portal

ok - thanks - it's easier to understand now.

I would say you need to capture a sniffer trace between the SCA and the weblogic box to understand what is the request seen by the server.

Gilles.

mis
New Member

Re: SCA and PeopleSoft Portal

OK. Here is what I see happening. The login page that the end user should see is actually being generated by 2 seperate web service instances that run on the same web server. The first instance runs on port 443 and the second runs on port 8443. Would this then run under the same secure server rule on the SCA or would I need a seperate one?

Cisco Employee

Re: SCA and PeopleSoft Portal

you will need a separate config for this port.

Similar to the other one, but you replace 443 by 8443

mis
New Member

Re: SCA and PeopleSoft Portal

Correct me if I am wrong but shouldn't the SCA ignore the traffic on port 8443 since I haven't created a secure server for this traffic?

mis
New Member

Re: SCA and PeopleSoft Portal

After doing more research I have concluded that the SCA is working correctly with the following exception:

https://my.webserver.com needs to resolve to the full URL of https://my.webserver.com/index.html. I believe that I need to add an URL rewrite to make this happen but am not sure how to go about adding it. The web server is only capable of one clear text listen port which is port 80. Anyone know the correct verbage for a urlrewrite?

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