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How do you enable secure socket layer (SSL) communications between client web browsers and the Siebel Web Server (SWSE) in Siebel 8? (Doc ID 554303.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 30, 2018

Applies to:

Siebel System Software - Version 7.7.1 [18306] and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
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Goal

How do you enable secure socket layer (SSL) communications between client web browsers and the Siebel Web Server (SWSE) in Siebel 8?

Important:  This article only addresses how to enable SSL between the client web browsers and the SWSE server.  There are other places in the Siebel implementation where SSL can be enabled including:

  • Between the SWSE Server and Siebel Application Servers
  • Between the multiple Siebel Application Servers
  • Between the Siebel Application Servers and the database server (depending on platform)
  • Between the Siebel Application Servers and external security directories such as LDAP or ADSI

If you are trying to enable SSL for one of these types of connections, do NOT follow this article.  Instead refer to appropriate documentation.

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