HPOO Central http link is redirecting to https by default.

Hello,

 

Can you please tell me how to stop redirecting central http link to https in HPOO 9.07. This feature is already enables in HPOO 10 version

 

Regards,

Akshatha

 

  • Hello Akshatha,

    I hope you are great today.

     

    Regarding your request, Could you please check the next information?

    To allow HTTP access to Central
     
    1. Stop the RSCentral service. Keep a backup of applicationContext.xml & web.xml from within Central\WEB-INF .
    2. In a text editor, open the file applicationContext.xml, which is located in the Central\WEB-INF\ folder of the OO home directory.
    3. Comment out every line in any sections that begin with <!-- HTTPS_SECTION_BEGIN --> and end with <-- HTTPS_SECTION_END -->, and then save the file.
    4. Open the file web.xml, which is located in the Central\WEB-INF\ folder of the OO home directory.
    5. Comment out every line in any sections that begin with <!-- HTTPS_SECTION_BEGIN --> and end with <-- HTTPS_SECTION_END -->, and then save the file.
    6. Restart the RSCentral service.
    7. Connect to port 8080 using HTTP rather than port 8443 using HTTPS.
     
    You can find this information in the next link: http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM1358577 
     

    I hope this information help you if not, don't hesitate to let me know and to continue with my researches.
    Best Regards,
    Sussan Zamora

     

  • Hello Akshatha,

    I hope you are great today.

     

    Regarding your request, Could you please check the next information?

    To allow HTTP access to Central
     
    1. Stop the RSCentral service. Keep a backup of applicationContext.xml & web.xml from within Central\WEB-INF .
    2. In a text editor, open the file applicationContext.xml, which is located in the Central\WEB-INF\ folder of the OO home directory.
    3. Comment out every line in any sections that begin with <!-- HTTPS_SECTION_BEGIN --> and end with <-- HTTPS_SECTION_END -->, and then save the file.
    4. Open the file web.xml, which is located in the Central\WEB-INF\ folder of the OO home directory.
    5. Comment out every line in any sections that begin with <!-- HTTPS_SECTION_BEGIN --> and end with <-- HTTPS_SECTION_END -->, and then save the file.
    6. Restart the RSCentral service.
    7. Connect to port 8080 using HTTP rather than port 8443 using HTTPS.
     
    You can find this information in the next link: http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM1358577 
     

    I hope this information help you if not, don't hesitate to let me know and to continue with my researches.
    Best Regards,
    Sussan Zamora

     

  • Hello Akshatha,

    I hope you are great today.

     

    Regarding your request, Could you please check the next information?

    To allow HTTP access to Central
     
    1. Stop the RSCentral service. Keep a backup of applicationContext.xml & web.xml from within Central\WEB-INF .
    2. In a text editor, open the file applicationContext.xml, which is located in the Central\WEB-INF\ folder of the OO home directory.
    3. Comment out every line in any sections that begin with <!-- HTTPS_SECTION_BEGIN --> and end with <-- HTTPS_SECTION_END -->, and then save the file.
    4. Open the file web.xml, which is located in the Central\WEB-INF\ folder of the OO home directory.
    5. Comment out every line in any sections that begin with <!-- HTTPS_SECTION_BEGIN --> and end with <-- HTTPS_SECTION_END -->, and then save the file.
    6. Restart the RSCentral service.
    7. Connect to port 8080 using HTTP rather than port 8443 using HTTPS.
     
    You can find this information in the next link: http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM1358577 
     

    I hope this information help you if not, don't hesitate to let me know and to continue with my researches.
    Best Regards,
    Sussan Zamora

     

  • Hello,

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    Thank you
    Sussan Zamora
    HP-OO