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Configuring Jetty on HTTPS in CF2018

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January 07, 2020 12:53:53 PM GMT
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<p>In this blog, we’ll learn how to configure Jetty on SSL using self-signed certificate created by a key tool. To configure Jetty on SSL, follow the steps below: Step 1: Generate a private key in a KeyStore file. Provide the details when it is prompted. cfroot\jre\bin\keytool -genkeypair -alias certificatekey -keyalg RSA validity 365 -keystore keystore.jks Step 2:  Export the certificate using the self-signed certificate. Note: You can use a self-signed certificate or a certificate from a Certificate Authority. cfroot\jre\bin\keytool -export […]</p>
<p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://coldfusion.adobe.com/2020/01/configuring-jetty-https-cf2018/">Configuring Jetty on HTTPS in CF2018</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://coldfusion.adobe.com">ColdFusion</a>.</p>
Labels: Adobe ColdFusion 2016, ColdFusion 2018, administrator, installation, jetty, solr, ssl

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That's very helpful, Vikram. Thanks. That said, you may want to help readers by clarifying in the opening paragraph that the Jetty server is used for the PDF service (like you show in the Admin at the very end), for use with the CFHTMLTOPDF tag. It's just that some may not bother reading to the end, and so may think this topic "doesn't apply to them". Just a brief mention in that opening sentence would help many, I'm sure. (Same for the "summary" for the post, if it has one. I can't see at the moment, because some odd glitch is causing me to see no posts on the front page of the site, coldfusion.adobe.com.)
Comment by Charlie Arehart
3613 | January 07, 2020 11:03:33 PM GMT