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Jboss SSL

Awais Bajwa
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Joined: Jan 16, 2001
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I have implemented SSL in JBoss using the keytool after generating a test certificate and jboss configuration files .
Now I can access my website using Https . it is OK.
But whole web site is HTTPS enabled now, but I want some pages as non-ssl as my login page should not be HTTPS, and rest of the pages should not be accessable using HTTP. How can I do this in JBoss ?? any idea

Awais Bajwa
Awais Bajwa
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Joined: Jan 16, 2001
Posts: 191
Hi Guys,

The issue I am going to tell you people is a very basic one and any person who requires SSL on JBoss, will have to make him aware of this.

This link tells you how to implement SSL on JBoss.

I have installed SSl certificate successfully as provided in the wiki's link above. Now my site is working fine using HTTPS:
My requirement:

I have given my client the URL after implementing SSL I have Now I cannot give Https:// to my client.

At the same time I dont want http: access to my web site other then the login Page. To achieve that I have to disable 80 port to and allow 443 port to restrict Http and to allow only https.

So what should I do, so that whenever client types the page automatically redirects to, keep in mind I dont want Http:// access to my site other then the login page.

Awais Bajwa
I agree. Here's the link:
subject: Jboss SSL
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