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I believe this documentation would help you : http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E23943_01/doc.1111/e10792/c05_security.htm#CDDDDCAA
As per this documentation on configuring clients:
For SSL communication, you must install and enable the SecurityProviders component in the Content Server instance that you want to access. You must configure Content Server for SSL communication with a new incoming provider, and specify the truststore or keystore information. You must have a valid keystore or trust manager with signed, trusted certificates on both the client and Content Server.
Basically you are configuring a socket port for SSL communication, so you do not have to configure the content server for SSL over HTTP. But there is still the extra SSL configuration required for this to happen.
Hope this helps .
I got this working. I needed to import the certificates in the keystore on the server and the trustore on the client. Just a lack of understanding SSL on my part.