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Using HTTPS with HTTPIWA2 Adapter or HTTP Adapter

Original post by Patti Richards - Dominion Res...
10:44am, May 19

The manual says that HTTPS protocol is supported, but I can't seem to find any more information than that. Has anyone set up their HTTP or HTTPIWA2 Adapter/Agent to have secure HTTPS traffic? Did you have to configure the sslconfig.properties on the application server? Any info would be appreciated. We got the unsecure web service calls working, but may have to change to HTTPS.

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Using HTTPS with HTTPIWA2 Adapter or HTTP Adapter

Sanjeevan P 
5:33am, May 20   

A SSL certificate from the application you are connecting to is required. That SSL certificate needs to be loaded into the ServiceLink JVM keystore file using the Java provided 'keytool' utility. Once the right type of SSL certificate (sometimes you need a signed root certificate) has been registered using keytool and ServiceLink restarted, the HTTPS connection should be established.

Patti Richards - Dominion Res... 
6:02am, May 21 

Thanks! I have a couple of more questions...

1) Do you have to do anything with the sslconfig.properties in the D:\newScale2008.3\jboss-4.2.3.GA\server\ServiceLink\deploy\ISEE.war\WEB-INF\classes directory or does the "keytool" utility take care of that?

2)Did you set up a different port number?

 

 

 

That SSL certificate needs to be loaded into the ServiceLink JVM keystore file using the Java provided 'keytool' utility.
Once the right type of SSL certificate (sometimes you need a signed root certificate) has been registered using keytool and ServiceLink restarted, the HTTPS connection should be established.That SSL certificate needs to be loaded into the ServiceLink JVM keystore file using the Java provided 'keytool' utility.Once the right type of SSL certificate (sometimes you need a signed root certificate) has been registered using keytool and ServiceLink restarted, the HTTPS connection should be establis
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