000023922 - How to configure SSL on Sun Java Web Server 7.0

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Article Number000023922
Applies ToRSA Certificate Manager 6.7
RSA Certificate Manager OneStep 6.7
Sun Java Web Server 7.0
IssueHow to configure SSL on Sun Java Web Server 7.0
ResolutionThe following steps need to be done to enable SSL on Sun Java Web Server:

1) Access the configuration tab of admin console
2) Click on the configuration created (RCM_OneStep)
3) Click on the Certificate Tab. Default displays 'server certificate' tab.
4) Click on the "Request" button and give information for certificate request:
       --> Let the default values as it is for 'Select Tokens and password'
       --> Enter the Attributes for Certificate Request
       --> If needed change the key type, else leave the default
       --> Set Certificate Type as CA Signed Certificate
       --> Click on 'Finish', the request will be get displayed
5) Submit the above generated PKCS#10 request through RCM enrollment server and Approve it through Admin console. Copy the PEM of the issued Certificate.
6) Now Click on the 'Certificate Authorities' tab Available on Certificates section. Click on 'Install' button to install the CA certificate.
       --> Let the default values as it is for 'Select Tokens and password'
       --> Paste the PEM of CA in the Text box available
       --> Set the Certificate Type as 'CA Certificate'
       --> Click on 'Finish'
7) Now Click on the "Install" button on 'Server Certificate' tab to install the server certificate
       --> Let the default values as it is for 'Select Tokens and password'
       --> Paste the PEM of Server Certificate (Issued in step 5) in the Text box available
       --> Give nickname for Certificate (say Server-Cert) and select the Listener available
       --> Click on 'Finish'
8) Deploy and Restart the Configuration

(Note: Don't forget to Change 'force-type' in conf file before performing restart/start/Deploy operation)
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