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    Hi,

    I am trying to use the ChannelProcessingFilter so that my login.htm page uses https:// rather then http://

    However I get a message telling me "The page cannot be displayed" when I add the ChannelProcessingFilter bean to the list of filters set in the filterChainProxy. Also in JBoss I get the following lines:
    Code:
    13:03:42,875 INFO  [STDOUT] 13:03:42,875 INFO  [ExpressionEvaluationUtils] Found
     JSP 2.0 ExpressionEvaluator
    13:03:55,625 INFO  [STDOUT] Header
    However I am not sue if the above are correct.

    I should also mention that I am using tiles. As you can see, JBoss is displaying the text Header, which means that the Header of the page was loaded, but then something wrong happens!!

    Do I need to configure my JBoss in someway so that it supports https:// or?

    Thanks & Regards,
    Sim085

  • #2
    You will have to do some configuration for https support, although I've not done it with JBOSS. This link might help.

    http://wiki.jboss.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=SSLSetup

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    • #3
      I had seen this article before on the acegi website thank you .. was trying to go without it, but now I know I need it

      Just an out of topic question ... what application server do you use then?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by sim085 View Post
        I had seen this article before on the acegi website thank you .. was trying to go without it, but now I know I need it

        Just an out of topic question ... what application server do you use then?
        I've never needed one on a project, they've typically just used Jetty or Tomcat. Even with enterprise systems clustering them has solved any problems we had.

        I have played around with JBoss, Jonas, Glassfish etc... Sure I'll need to use one....... one of these days.

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        • #5
          thanks

          I use mostly Jboss at the moment .. but soon turning to use either jetty or tomcat sine the project i am doing does not use ejb's

          Thabk You again.
          Regards,
          Sim085

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