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SSL configuration problem in Jboss 5.1.0

 
Prakash Kumar M
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I configured SSL in Jboss 5.1.0. It was possible for me to access my application available inside war file through http as well https.

Currently i have my applications in two war files A and B deployed under default/deploy directory. Is it possible to access applications in B.war using only https and A.war using only http.

Please suggest

 
Prakash Kumar M
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Please let me know any suggestions
 
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any help
 
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Doesn't http://localhost:8080/app1 and https://localhost:8443/app2 work? Or are you saying that you want to prevent access to app1 through https?
 
Prakash Kumar M
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Thanks Jai for replying.

Yes you are right, my app1 is website and app2 is my shopping cart application.

So i have a requirement to run SSL only for app2 and not for app1 (website pages)

Since SSL is configured at server level, https is getting activated to app1 also.

Can you please help me on this.
 
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Hi Prakash,

Your reply already contains the answer:

Prakash Kumar M wrote:
Since SSL is configured at server level, https is getting activated to app1 also.



It's a server level setting and i don't know of any way to have app1 (on the same server instance) not available on https.
 
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The only solution I can see is to start two nodes of your JBoss server, which are configured with and without SSL - or have two JBoss instances running.
 
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