4 Replies Latest reply on Jan 29, 2002 8:49 AM by Klaus Thiele

    SSL

    Jochen Schurich Newbie

      is someone out there who has the embedded catalina listening at http (non-SSL) AND https (SSL) at the same time?

      if yes:
      please post your configuration!!!

      thanx,

      joe

      p.s.: i'm not the only one who is searching for a working jboss.jcml :-)

        • 1. Re: SSL
          Klaus Thiele Newbie

          i'm interested in this to.

          i searched the forum and the docs but nothing described anywhere works with EmbeddedCatalinaServiceSX :(

          tia
          klaus

          ps: non-SSL _OR_ SSL works fine

          • 2. Re: SSL
            Klaus Thiele Newbie

            Jochen,

            i just tried this and it seems to work:


            8000
            true













            i'm not sure if all things are allright and work
            as expected - especial the "redirectPort" parm, i dont really know where it is for and if it works.

            perhaps a jboss-guru can have a look about this
            and point us to the right direction.

            hope this helps
            klaus

            • 3. Re: SSL
              Jochen Schurich Newbie

              it looks like i found a solution! the main problem is that i used Xerces (for running fop AND cocoon).

              coetmeur posted a very interesting message (a patch for the ConfigHandler.java - put this into the catalina-service.jar):

              http://main.jboss.org/thread.jsp?forum=50&thread=6544&message=378391&q=ConfigHandler#378391

              his patch and this configuration works fine:





              keystore
              changeit
              JKS



              80
              <!-- localhost -->
              5
              75
              10
              true







              some important notes for the ssl installation:
              in the java.security (in: \jre\lib\security) be sure to have these lines:
              security.provider.1=sun.security.provider.Sun
              security.provider.2=com.sun.net.ssl.internal.ssl.Provider
              security.provider.3=com.sun.rsajca.Provider

              check for these 3 jar's in your \jre\lib\ext :
              jcert.jar
              jnet.jar
              jsse.jar

              .... this should be all!

              joe

              • 4. Re: SSL
                Klaus Thiele Newbie

                oh dammed, i tested this too some time ago - but i made a stupid cut'n-past_or_what_else error :(

                now it works. - fine.

                klaus