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SSL cert on Apache for SAP BI 4

Hello!!!

I have the SAP BI 4 installtion including out of box tomcat on the Linux, and deployed the web application on the Apache and Tomcat using the split mode deployment. In order to use the https://, we did install the SSL digicert on the Apache.. But the https doesnt work...

Please let me know if you guys have implemented this ?

Thanks!

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  • Posted on Nov 19, 2012 at 01:13 PM

    Implementing SSL on Apache web server has nothing to do with BI 4 or BOE in general.

    What exact part doesn't work ?

    Have you used http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/ssl/ssl_howto.html or http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/Networking/Apache_SSL_Howto ?

    If you use KB search on SMP - there are more than 40 KB articles on Apache SSL.... do any of them help ?

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    • Former Member Denis Konovalov

      Hello!

      I tried using the https://hostname/manual.. It works well..

      But, when tried /BOE/BI...It gives page cant be displayed...

      I guess there is something we need to do on the tomcat as well.. as we did split deployment of war file using the following

      ./wdeploy.sh tomcat6 -Das_mode=split -Dws_type=apache deployall

      Any help is appreciated..

      Thanks!

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