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I'm using the UI settings properly. I checked "Always use SSL" when I enabled SSL and unchecked it prior to that. However, JDeveloper should work whether SSL is available or not: i.e. when "Always use SSL" is unchecked, it should work anyway. It doesn't. The only way to get it to work is to check "Alway use SSL" (and of course enable the SSL port in config.xml).
By default when you install SOA ,the SSL ports are enabled.
You can check the same in your weblogic admin console.
Go to general page and you can see there ssl port is selected or not.
If you have SSL enabled in weblogic console,by default when ever you will try to deploy your process to server it will take https.
Just try to disable the ssl port from weblogic console and now try to deploy you will find the server address as http
Now coming back to your problem "using ssl"
If you want to use SSL to deploy your process in a server then you need to import the certificate of the server(the server which is SSL enabled and where you want
to deploy your process) then you need to import the certificate in to the keystore of Jdveloper.
Jdeveloper KeyStore can be found in <JDEV_HOME>\jdk\jre\lib\security\cacerts
Using following command import the certificate you saved from firefox:
i.e: keytool -import -v -trustcacerts -alias servercert -file certificate.crt -keystore $JDEV_HOME/jdk/jre/lib/security/cacerts -storepass changeit
Now restart your jdeveloper and try to deploy