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Can ifs be accessed with JWS and SSL?

3004
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Hello,

We would like to use ssl to access IFS over the internet. Can the JWS be used to do https or would I have to use apache?
I tried to enable ssl on the secure server port through the JWS admin page, but I get:

Cannot save properties:
java.io.FileNotFoundException:
$ORACLE_HOME/ifs/jws/properties/server/javawebserver/secureservice/endpoint.properties.

Additionaly, if I have the JWS port set to 80 currently, what sort of changes would I have to do to IFS to change the port to the secure JWS (ie: registeristing servlets, etc)?

Thanks in advance
Scott

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  • 3004
    3004 Member Posts: 204,171 Green Ribbon
    first, for your immediate problem, make sure all the endpoint.properties file it's compaining about exists and has the correct permissions (i.e., is writable).

    second, you need to create a server certificate. instructions for that are in the help file which you can access via the help button in the admin applet or directly via "http://<yourhost>:9090/doc/en/administration/authstore_procs.html", (assuming the admin server is running on port 9090).

    hope that helps.

    -ilya

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Scott Squires ([email protected]):
    Hello,

    We would like to use ssl to access IFS over the internet. Can the JWS be used to do https or would I have to use apache?
    I tried to enable ssl on the secure server port through the JWS admin page, but I get:

    Cannot save properties:
    java.io.FileNotFoundException:
    $ORACLE_HOME/ifs/jws/properties/server/javawebserver/secureservice/endpoint.properties.

    Additionaly, if I have the JWS port set to 80 currently, what sort of changes would I have to do to IFS to change the port to the secure JWS (ie: registeristing servlets, etc)?

    Thanks in advance
    Scott
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

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