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Problems configuring ssl for SAP Web AS


Well, I'm trying to configure my WAS 6.20 (W2K Advanced) to work with ssl. I've take the following steps:

1) First of all, I've downloaded the SAP Crypographic Library in a local directory.

2) Set the profile parameters:

icm/plugin_00 PROT=HTTPS, PLG=$(DIR_EXECUTABLE)\httpsplugin.dll (but haven't find it searching localy!!)

icm/server_port_00 PROT=HTTPS, PORT=443, TIMEOUT=120

icm/HTTPS/verify_client 1

3) I've copied sapcryptolib.dll and to the corresponding directories.

4) Generate the SSL Server PSE:

sapgenpse get_pse -p D:\usr\sap\MACHINE\SAPSSLS.pse -r D:\SAPCRYPTOLIB\CertReq1.txt ", O=domain, C=ES"

5) I've copied the file CertReq1.txt and copy it to a CA for digital signature (PKCS #7 Format).

I've copied the one signed and paste it in a new file SignedFile.txt in the same folder that CertReq1.txt.

6) Imported the certificated:

sapgenpse import_own_cert -p D:\usr\sap\MACHINE\SAPSSLS.pse -c D:\SAPCRYPTOLIB\SigendFile.txt

It seems to be all right, but when i try to use it, SAP tells me: the port used is not configured.

I don't know much about SSL, please, help me.

Thank you very much in advance!!

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  • Posted on May 12, 2004 at 02:34 PM

    Hi Antonio,

    Not sure if you have done this but try the following.

    Open the Visual Admin tool for SAP J2EE Engine.

    Go to Dispatcher -> Services -> http

    In the SSL port type in 443 (or whatever port you choose for secure communication)

    Restart the http service.



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