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How To Configure SSL (HTTPs) Using JBoss Application Server with P6 Web Access (Doc ID 909822.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management - Version 6.0 to 7.0 [Release 6.0 to 7.0]
All Platforms
***Checked for relevance on 18-FEB-2013***

Goal

This document intends to walk through the steps required to implement SSL / HTTPS on P6 Web Access application server using JBoss. HTTPS uses the SSL protocol to encrypt the data traveling between the application server and the client workstation. This encryption helps protect the data being transmitted.

If using P6 v7, this document can be used for both P6 Web Access and Progress Reporter, if using the JBoss Application Server.

The information in this article is being provided as courtesy only. Any further setup and configuration instruction is to be provided from JBoss Support by Redhat. Refer to the following site for further information: JBoss Customer Support Portal.



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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 Before Beginning
 Where is JBoss Installed?
 Where is the Java SDK installed?
 What is the DNS name clients use to connect?
 Will a Certificate Authority be used?
 When can the P6 Web Access application server be taken off-line?
 What passphrase will be used for the certificate?
 Setting Up HTTPs
 Step 1 - Create A Certificate
 Step 2 - Configuring P6 Web Access for HTTPs
 Step Three [Optional] - Create a “Certificate Signing Request” (CSR)
 Step 4 [Optional] - Import the chained certificate into the Keystore file
 Connecting to P6 Web Access via HTTPS
 Warnings Users May Encounter

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