I´m trying to enable SSL communication between CA Identity Manager (bundled into virtual appliance) and JasperServer.
Into CA IDM documentation, explains how the jasper certificate must be imported into cacerts keystore (CA IDM), but this operation is not possible since the user config for virtual appliance does not have write permission over keystore file.
Someone already tried another workaround for enable SSL comms?
Thanks a lot!
I have this question posted to our wider vApp support team
As soon as I hear back from them, I will get the reply here.
Thanks a lot for your quick reply.
Hi Luigi, if you have not already done so, I suggest you also open an issue with CA Support.
Hi Russi, thanks a lot.
Thanks for your suggestion. I just opened the issue.
Thanks a lot.
Starting from vApp cumulative patch 14.0.0.0002 (Released: 2017-03-01) - we have added permission to use the keytool command to import an SSL certificate to the Java trust-store, please update to the latest vApp CP (3) available at: https://docops.ca.com/ca-identity-suite/14-0/EN/ca-identity-suite-virtual-appliance/ca-identity-suite-virtual-appliance-…
Also, please find the following step-by-step guide written by Matt Miller on setting up the integration between a (Jasper) reports server and a vApp: [IdS][CABI] Step-by-step Configuration of vApp and an External Report Server
Let me know if you have any additional questions.
Thanks a lot Yoav,
That´s the answer.
After apply the patch, we successfully access and write into the keystore.