Enabling Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) in the Web Server for HTTPS protocol

Secure Socket Layer (SSL) is a protocol that provides security for communications between browsers and the web server by implementing encrypted data and certificate-based authentication.

You can activate SSL in the Web server component and link it to an digital certificate. It has an existing digital certificate, self-sign certificates, which should be replaced with personalized certificates generated by customers.

Before you configure the SSL, you must obtain a digital certificate and store it on the computer that the base product is installed on. Follow the instructions provided by the certificate authority (CA) for installing the certificate. You must also know where the keystore is located on the server and the password for the keystore.

In addition, save copies of these files in a safe location so you can find them easily if you need to restore them in the future.

To generate a key and keystore, use the Java keytool command. For details about using keytool, consult your CA or Java documentation.

Note: Your private key password and keystore password must be the same. If they are not