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enable https on jboss 5

 
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hi all,

my application is running on jboss 5 and accessible on http.
i want it to be accessible over https. please explain me what all are the files which i have to change for this..

thanks & regards
vaibhav
 
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I would tell you to read the docs, but I couldn't find that in the docs. I couldn't even find a wiki page on it. But then maybe I don't know the proper keywords for a search (tried SSL and HTTPS to n avail).

JBoss in Action, section 6.4, provides detailed steps.
 
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thankyou very much sir..

i was able to to do my job. i created a .certificate file using java keytool utility and put it in /server/default/conf directory and renamed it chap8.keystore.
than uncomment some stuff in /server/default/deploy/jbossweb.sar/server.xml:



thats all i did.
thanks for your response.


 
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Some time after posting my reply I realized that you could use the Tomcat docs to set up HTTPS. The steps are at http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-6.0-doc/ssl-howto.html.
 
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