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Use SSL with Sharepoint protocol

Question asked by pacco_robin on Apr 28, 2014
Latest reply on May 13, 2014 by pacco_robin
Hi,

I followed some instructions to run the Sharepoint protcol with SSL on port 7070.

First changed vti-context.xml to use SSL, then added this to vti.properties:
vti.server.port=7070
vti.server.protocol=https
vti.server.ssl.keystore=/opt/alfresco-4.2.f/alf_data/keystore/ssl.keystore
vti.server.ssl.password=kT9X6oe68t
vti.server.url.path.prefix=/alfresco
vti.server.external.host=[hostname]
vti.server.external.port=7070
vti.server.external.protocol=https
vti.server.external.contextPath=/alfresco

Now I do get SSL, but as it is a self signed certificate I always get some warnings before I can open a document.
Also I see these info messages in catalina.out:
2014-04-28 13:36:38,268  INFO  [vti.web.VtiRequestDispatcher] [1880889499@qtp-1454731198-0] Note - no handler was found for OPTIONS to uri='/zandbak/documentLibrary/'
2014-04-28 13:36:41,471  INFO  [vti.web.VtiRequestDispatcher] [1880889499@qtp-1454731198-0] Note - no handler was found for HEAD to uri='/zandbak/documentLibrary/Zandbak.docx'
2014-04-28 13:36:44,200  INFO  [vti.web.VtiRequestDispatcher] [780995441@qtp-1454731198-2] Note - no handler was found for GET to uri='/zandbak/documentLibrary/Zandbak.docx'
2014-04-28 13:36:53,006  INFO  [vti.web.VtiRequestDispatcher] [780995441@qtp-1454731198-2] Note - no handler was found for GET to uri='/zandbak/documentLibrary/Zandbak.docx'

On this server I already installed a 3rd party certificate for Alfresco https traffic using the Apache mod.

Is it possible to use this 3rd party certificate for the Sharepoint protocol and how do I manage that?
Are the INFO messages in catalina.out important?

Thanks for your input.

Regards,

Frank

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