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SSL configuration in WEBSPHERE APPLICATION SERVER

 
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I'm using Eclipse IDE with websphere application server. I want to provide SSL security for my login form through jsp code. How can I use the https protocol. After clicking the submit button in my form i want to redirect to https://localhost:8443/ how can I do so and also many say that we have to configure the server before using the SSL. I get a welcome page when I use https://localhost:8443/. Is my server cofigures itself by default?

In administrative console. when I click the webserver under server. I can able to see this connector configured.

TomcatWebSSLConnector HTTPS 8443 running Tomcat Connector HTTPS BIO

Is this enough or I have to configure some other conector. If so how please help
 
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Which server do you want to configure ?? Websphere or Tomcat ??
 
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