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CMS-XML Tips for Securing SBM Server
Tips for Securing SBM Server
CMS-XML 'Generate All' button the Configurator > Advanced Settings > Security > Secure SBM tab is grayed out
'Generate All' button the Configurator > Advanced Settings > Security > Secure SBM tab is grayed out
CMS-XML Authentication to Secure LDAP causes Operations Error after upgrading to Business Mashups 2008 R2.02
SBM 2008 R2.02
CMS-XML How does SBM connect to a SSL protected server
SBM has several Java-based components that can make calls to outside services that are protected with SSL. A few of these services are the Notification Server, Mail Client, Orchestration Engine and Application Repository. Orchestrations that use HTTPS SSL endpoints do so under the purview of the Orchestration Engine. When these services attempt to contact an SSL enabled endpoint (web service, Exchange Server, etc), it is required to tell the SBM JDK to trust the SSL certificate provide to it by the endpoint.
CMS-XML Using SourceBridge from the VM I-Net Web Client when the connection to the SBM server uses HTTPS (Secure Sockets Layer - SSL)
When the VM I-Net server (Serena VM Web Application Server) needs to talk to an SBM , TeamTrack or Tracker server using SSL (HTTPS), it is crucial that the Java Runtime Engine (JRE) used by Version Manager can verify the SSL certificate. This is not a problem when the certificate is a public one, obtained from the commercial Certificate Authorities (CA) Java knows about, but it can become problematic when the SSL certificate is either self-signed or signed by a non-public Certificate Authority.
CMS-XML Make JSessionID cookie hidden and secure
SBM 10.1.4
CMS-XML LDAP import using secure connection fails with error 81
SBM 11.0
CMS-XML AE Common Logger Oracle connection error with secure encrypeted Oracle connections
SBM 10.1.5.2
CMS-XML SSO and SSL: Only secure content is displayed and users get error about mixed content
SBM 10.1
CMS-XML Clustering JBoss with SSO Enabled and Securing Your Load Balancer
If you configure your JBoss load balancer to use HTTPS, in order for users to access SBM in a clustered environment in which SSO is enabled, you must manually update the following files on the SSO server: SBMInstallDirectory \Serena\SBM\Common\jboss405\server\all\deploy\ALFSSOLogin.war\WEB-INF\conf\ fedsvr-core-config.xml
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