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Setup SSL in jboss Application server

 
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i have the Certificate file and private key file "with .pem extension " , after convert to PFX extension then to java key store ..



after that i enabled the SSL (HTTPS) in jboss with the following configuration :




and am getting ERROR :


please any idea or advice !!! did i missed something !!



 
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There are two possibilites that come quickly to mind: 1) the password is incorrect. I assume that isn't the problem as it would be the first thing you'd have checked; Or, 2) You specified a different password for the individual key than for the keystore. You can't do that with JBoss.
 
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greg stark wrote:There are two possibilites that come quickly to mind: 1) the password is incorrect. I assume that isn't the problem as it would be the first thing you'd have checked; Or, 2) You specified a different password for the individual key than for the keystore. You can't do that with JBoss.



you was right , i was defining different password for the individual key , its woke perfectly now
 
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