It depends on what the underlying transport you're using.
If you're using cxf http transport, then you need configure jetty within cxf directly, take a look at how to do it from
If you're using cxf http-osgi transport(something like you specify address="/yourendpint" but not address="http://...."), it use pax-web http osgi service underlying so you need configure the pax-web to enable the SSL. You can take a look at the similar discussion about this issue before
Wow, I didnt expect to get a reply so soon
Articles you have linked helped me a great deal. Got an additional question though: would it work on Fuse4.2? I have tested it on 4.3 and 4.2, and it seems to work only on 4.3. Fuse4.2 gives me a strange SSL error in the browser.
It should work for both.
Not exactly sure what's the difference between 4.2 and 4.3, did your browser already import correct certificate to connect a https service?
Besides it, 4.3 include a lot of fixes and improvements than 4.2, so I just suggest you to use 4.3.
Ill have to try later with a clean install of Fuse 4.2. In the meantime I have downloaded Fuse 4.3.1 and everything works like a charm!
Thanks a lot for your help!