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From "Ed Yu" <>
Subject RE: Using SSL with Velocity Portlets
Date Thu, 10 Oct 2002 13:11:12 GMT
This is more of an Apache SSL (or mod_ssl) issue. This is the link to
how to configure portion of the web server to be secure:

Ed Yu, Senior Solutions Architect (IBM Certified AIX Administrator), 
Advanced Solutions Group, Physics Dept., University of South Carolina,
Columbia, SC 29208 
Office (803)777-8831, FAX (803)777-8833, Email

> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Wubbel []
> Sent: Thursday, October 10, 2002 1:15 AM
> To:
> Subject: Using SSL with Velocity Portlets
> I request your comments on the following question. I have implemented
> Velocity Portlet in Jetspeed modeled after the Hello Velocity example
> an
> action. My portlet is a form designed to capture some information from
> user. The implementation works fine and the data is put into a
> running
> on the server. Now I find out from the customer that some of the data
> be
> submitted by the end-user is confidential. How can I configure this
> portlet to
> be using SSL so the information is secure? My server runs Apache with
> 443
> active and Jetspeed is running via Tomcat. In the
> the use.ssl is set to true. If I set the action=https://... in the
> template and
> submit it, will it not complete successfully because of the fact that
> originating session for the portlet was non-secure? I would like to
have a
> better understanding of how SSL can be used in Jetspeed and where.
> for
> any help.
> Sincerely,
> John Wubbel
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