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From Igor Cicimov <>
Subject Re: Is SSL keystore with AJP connector possible?
Date Thu, 19 Jan 2012 00:21:01 GMT
On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 10:09 AM, mandg <> wrote:

> I'm working on Apache Tomcat/6.0.33 running in Windows 2003 and have been
> asked to setup SSL. Looking at the server.xml file, I see that the AJP/1.3
> connector is configured and not APR.  Like a good newbie that I am with
> Tomcat, I followed the Tomcat instructions for configuring SSL. However,
> the
> docs seemed to step me through the steps for an APR-type connector, not AJP
> since I had specified a keystore and passphrase. When I reviewed the AJP
> connector documentation, I didn't find any attributes to specify for the
> keystore and passphrase.
> So my question is, can I use a keystore for the AJP type of connector? And
> if so, are there any good tutorials out there that can walk me through it.
> If not, can I simply edit out the AJP connector in my server.xml file and
> edit in the APR connector? Or will that somehow break the site/application
> that's running on Tomcat?
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Maybe this will help:

read PART II - Configuring Tomcat to use SSL

basically it says

Notice that if you are using APR, the "SSLCertificateFile" and
> "SSLCertificateKey"-type attributes are used in place of the keystoreFile
> attribute.  For more information on the differences between using APR in
> place of JSSE, consult Apache's Tomcat APR Documentation<>
> .


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