03-06-2012 01:00 AM
I have to enabe SSL..only for Web client ..to use https url for sm logins.
can you pls guide me on this ..if anyone can share the document it wll be highly appreciated .need ur help
SM Version :9.30
SM Web tier details:
(Apache tomcat 7.023)
customer is looking for : type of certificate required and steps to follow ..for SSL configuration.
03-06-2012 03:24 AM
Please find attached files which talks about how to configure SSL for SM. Please note the configuration guide talks about configuring SSL for both windows client and webclient and you can look out on how to configure SSL only for webtier.
03-08-2012 05:45 PM
The configuration of SSL is mandatory for 9.30 and the procedure is different for that from version 7.0x. Much of the information is in the online help for SM. The only 9.30-specific whitepaper I can locate is attached below. It covers configuration of Trusted Sign-on and LWSSO between the HP applications, but may also be helpful in configuring web tier.
Kudos - what, where, how, and why
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04-18-2012 03:12 PM - edited 04-18-2012 03:16 PM
Could I set only ssl without Trusted Sign On ??
To HP SM 9.21, the manual to SSL is HPSM 7.x or HP SM 9.30 ??
thanks for your help.
04-19-2012 12:48 AM
Yes, you can set ssl without tso. To set tso you need to set ssl first.
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04-19-2012 10:30 AM
You said "I have to enabe SSL..only for Web client ..to use https url for sm logins."
To be clear - if you want web users to use "https", you're enabling SSL between the browser and the web server. If web users can use "http", and you only want SSL between the web server and the service manager server, that's another configuration entirely.
Which configuration (if not both) are you looking to implement? If you're looking to do SSL only between the web server and the service manager server, and the use of "http" is okay, then the guidance and documentation already provided in this thread will get you there.