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Spark web with https and self-signed openfire certificates

Question asked by snow on Sep 29, 2008

I can not login with SparkWeb 0.9.0 to Openfire 3.6.0/Openfire 3.6.0a using https.

 

SparkWeb works well with HTTP, but with HTTPS it freezes after I press "login". Openfire debug/warning/error log is empty, debug log is enabled, in Wireshark it is obvious that SparkWeb and the server have exchanged a few data packets so a connection was established, and here are the settings that I am using in SparkWeb:

 

function jive_sparkweb_getConfig()
{
    return {
        server: "djcfwf3j",
        connectionType: "https",
        port: "7073",
        autoLogin: "false"
    };
}

 

I have changed httpbind.port.secure to 7073.

 

When opening https://djcfwf3j:7073/ I am prompted to accept the certificate. After accepting the cert it says

 

HTTP ERROR: 404

NOT_FOUND

RequestURI=/

Powered by Jetty://

 

which is fine, because there is the same message at http://djcfwf3j:7070/ , however plain http works perfectly.

 

Has anyone got https work?

If yes, did you have a valid certificate signed by a CA? I can not obtain that one for my domain since I am currently using an internal domain which is not visible to outside and not registered with whois, etc.

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