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Deploying an application in secured (SSL-enabled) mode

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I have been tasked with deploying our new project's demo version onto the client's SSL-secured test server. I am completely unaware of SSL-related issues and what's more, new to OAS as well.

Some background:

- Client's test server is secured with SSL, and resides at location A. This server accepts incoming https requests from internet clients.

- Our application's DB server will be located at B, geographically separated from A and connected through open internet. We will connect through standard JDBC connection.

- Our application was developed without awareness that it will have to function in a secure environment. (Dont ask me why!)

- I do not have to perform SSL-related setup or config.

Any advice on the following?

- What changes are required to OUR APPLICATION to enable it work in a SSL-enabled secure environment, ie, when OAS is working in SSL mode?

- Any pitfalls to watch out for while deploying, assuming no special config changes are required?

- Is it a valid approach to develope a J2EE application without regard to whether it will work in secured or open mode?

Any info/links would be appreciated. While I am hpoing the SSL admin guide will answer these questions, it will be very helpful to receive answers to specific questions from experienced folks. Thanks for your help in advance.
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