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Hi ranchers,

I'm developing a web application deployed on WebSphere Application Server v5.0 (Network Deployment).
Having requirement to enable Secure Communication channel for login page, now I'm getting problem on how to make this requirement works.
In detail, the Operating System being used is Linux RedHat Advanced Server 2.1, the application server is clustered (4 machines).
IBM Http Server is used and it is separated from the Application Server.

Is there any approach/solution which able to solve it, Anybody please advice

Thanks & Regards,
Meiwin Fu
 
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What is the problem? You told us you have a problem but haven't stated what the problem is. BTW, Have you read the WAS V5 Security handbook redbook that provides most of the steps for this process?

Kyle
[ May 21, 2004: Message edited by: Kyle Brown ]
 
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Hi Kyle,

Sorry 'bout it, I was asking how to enable SSL only for login page.
Thank you for the reference.

Regards,
Meiwin Fu
 
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