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From Walter Mourão <>
Subject Re: Using SSL with JSF
Date Sat, 27 Jun 2009 11:20:46 GMT
For example, the following code (from web.xml) makes tomcat use SSL when the
resources under "/CadastrarServico/" are requested:

            <web-resource-name>cadastrar servico
                This collection bundles all pages and resources
                as well as the actions called in the "cadastrar servico"

Walter Mourão

On Sat, Jun 27, 2009 at 6:59 AM, Anton Gavazuk <>wrote:

> Hi Scott,
> Normally, its not a business of JSF framework - HTTPS is implemented on
> webserver side, e.g. apache/tomcat.
> 2009/6/27 Scott Carter <>
>> Sorry if this is a dumb question, but what is the proper way in jsf
>> navigation rules to direct to a secure page.  I already have all of the
>> certificates setup on the server, and can access any page using https.  The
>> question is, how do I make sure the navigation rule uses https ?  I guess I
>> could put a fully qualified url in the config, but what is the correct way
>> of doing this?  I would also need to redirect back to regular http after a
>> couple of forms.
>> Thanks in advance.

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