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- Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) configuration options
- Requirements for required SSL encryption
- Requirements for required SSL encryption and client authentication
- Requirements for required SSL encryption and trusted clients
- Enable SSL encryption for external Web Services
- Enable SSL encryption for published Web Services
Requirements for required SSL encryption
This configuration is intended for customers who:
- Want to require SSL encryption for all connections
- Want to protect against complex SSL-related attacks
- Want to authenticate that the Service Manager server is a valid host
- Certificates required
- You must create or obtain the following certificates for SSL encryption.
- Certificate authority certificate
- Keystore containing the certificate authority's certificate
- Service Manager server certificate
- Private keys required
- You must create or obtain the following private keys for SSL encryption.
- Certificate authority's private key *
- Service Manager server private key
- * This key is only necessary if you are managing your own private certificate authority.
- Parameters required in the server configuration file (sm.ini)
- keystoreFile – identify the keystore file containing the Service Manager server's certificate and private key
- keystorePass – identify the password to the keystore file containing the Service Manager server's certificate and private key
- truststoreFile – identify the keystore file containing the certificate authority's certificate
- truststorePass – identify the password to the keystore file containing the certificate authority's certificate
- Parameters required in the web tier configuration file (web.xml)
- You must set the following web parameter.
- cacerts – identify the keystore file containing the certificate authority that signed the server's certificate
- Windows client preferences required
- You must set the following preference from the Window > Preferences > Service Manager > Security menu.
- CA certificates file – identify the keystore file containing the certificate authority that signed the server's certificate
- Other requirements
- You must do the following additional steps to ensure that Service Manager can use your private certificates.
- Add your private certificate authority's certificate to a keystore that your web and Windows clients can access
- Ensure that the Service Manager server's host name matches the common name (CN) listed in the server's signed certificate