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UCMDB(https) -UCMDB (http)Integation

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We want to integrate two UCMDB , where all CI will be synched from One UCMDB to Other   and there is firewall between two of them ,  Curretnly one of the UCMDB  is working on Https  from which CI will be pulled and other UCMDB is on http , is it possible to do the integration or both of them should be there on https ?

 

 

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Ashish

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Re: UCMDB(https) -UCMDB (http)Integation

No, you could keep current configuration.

The setting describes integration property is on Integration point level. See attached screenshot.

If the connection from HTTPS to HTTP system, you should not configur anything.

If the direction is opposite (HTTP -> HTTPS), the certificate from HTTPS side should be in UCMDB keystores.

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Re: UCMDB(https) -UCMDB (http)Integation

Thanks for Reply Dima , in my scenario , Http is going to pull the CI from Https , so i need to transfer the certificate from https to http.. , please correct me if my understanding is wrong..
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Re: UCMDB(https) -UCMDB (http)Integation

You are right.

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