Upgrading Tomcat server on Fortify SSC Server

Dear Colleagues,

 and I hope you are well and safe as your homes.

We have Fortify SSC server v19.20 which is running on tomcat server version 9.0.35.

As a part of vulnerability fix, we need to upgrade tomcat server to 9.0.44.

Since tomcat also contains ssc folder, i am afraid that i might again need to install Fortify SSC server as well.

By any chance , can we upgrade just tomcat without touching the SSC installation?

Platform: Windows

Thanks,

Nitin

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  • I can confirm that 9.0.45 is compatible, but you will need to re-deploy SSC and any other custom Tomcat configuration/settings from the previous Tomcat installation

    You will need to drop ssc.war into the webapps/ directory after installation and do all the steps of configuring Tomcat. Things like server.xml and web.xml will need to be copied and moved 

    This is unfortunate but unavoidable AFAIK

  • Dear All,

       

    Thank you for your time and help.

    I could manage to upgrade tomcat and its an easy process.

    1. Just get the executable for the tomcat which you want to upgrade (It should work with SSC)

    2. Install the tomcat

    3. We don't need to update the .fortify folder as the SSC configuration will remain same

    4. Just make sure you copy the server.xml & web.xml and other config files like schedularcontext, login.html etc.

    5. Yes, you need to redeploy the fortify war file again however once the ssc folder is created, copy the copied files at appropriate locations, update the environment variables if any and update the tomcat settings properly. Once done, restart the service and you are good to go.

     

    You don't need to do anything on the DB level. Thanks again.

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  • Dear All,

       

    Thank you for your time and help.

    I could manage to upgrade tomcat and its an easy process.

    1. Just get the executable for the tomcat which you want to upgrade (It should work with SSC)

    2. Install the tomcat

    3. We don't need to update the .fortify folder as the SSC configuration will remain same

    4. Just make sure you copy the server.xml & web.xml and other config files like schedularcontext, login.html etc.

    5. Yes, you need to redeploy the fortify war file again however once the ssc folder is created, copy the copied files at appropriate locations, update the environment variables if any and update the tomcat settings properly. Once done, restart the service and you are good to go.

     

    You don't need to do anything on the DB level. Thanks again.

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