It's fairly straight forward to do this. The 8443 configuration is specified in the server.xml file. This is where the truststore is specified.
All the examples I have seen say to create the keystore in the jboss/conf folder and import the cert to it. It works just fine and probably I
should leave well enough alone. But I can't.
The question, is there some reason not to just use the cacerts file that comes the installed jvm? That's where I store certificates required by third part software I integrate into my apps. I actually tried using the cacerts file and jboss threw a bunch of errors at me that seem to indicate the cacerts store was not SSL compliant. Any ideas?