fp_idmworks Super Contributor.
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3.5 -- OSP using port 443 redirection to 8443

With identity application we could remove the URI port as the web browser doesn't put in 443 as part of the URL, and so to get the redirection to work we would have tomcat listening on a high port, redirect it to that high port from 443, but OSP configuration would be changed to no port with https so that OSP would work.

We have tried to remove the port all together in the ism configupdate properties file, as well as through configupdate with no success. We have tried the high port, but we always get the ism configuration generic error message.

Are we able to use port 443 with Identity Governance, if so, how do we configure it?

thanks,
Fred
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Re: 3.5 -- OSP using port 443 redirection to 8443

On 3/18/19 4:24 PM, fp IDMWORKS wrote:
>
> With identity application we could remove the URI port as the web
> browser doesn't put in 443 as part of the URL, and so to get the
> redirection to work we would have tomcat listening on a high port,
> redirect it to that high port from 443, but OSP configuration would be
> changed to no port with https so that OSP would work.
>
> We have tried to remove the port all together in the ism configupdate
> properties file, as well as through configupdate with no success. We
> have tried the high port, but we always get the ism configuration
> generic error message.
>
> Are we able to use port 443 with Identity Governance, if so, how do we
> configure it?
>
> thanks,
> Fred
>
>

Greetings,
The last time I tested this with ID Gov 3.5 all worked correctly
on port 443. If this is not working for you, then I would suggest
opening a Service Request so that information can be shared.

--
Sincerely,
Steven Williams
Principal Enterprise Architect
Micro Focus
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fp_idmworks Super Contributor.
Super Contributor.

Re: 3.5 -- OSP using port 443 redirection to 8443

thanks, I have opened a ticket. I will request a TID to be written as well.
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ScalzoC Contributor.
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Re: 3.5 -- OSP using port 443 redirection to 8443

I did face the same issue: in my case OSP did not show all the IG properties in configupdate.sh nor did it in ism-configuration.properties. But OSP knows there is a database and it wil read the settings in table ism_global_config.
Strip the 8443 port from:
com.netiq.iac.redirect.url =
com.netiq.cx.redirect.url =

If above also exists in your ism-configuration.properties: be sure the settings are the same as in the database.
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Re: 3.5 -- OSP using port 443 redirection to 8443

On 4/3/2019 1:24 AM, carmelo wrote:
>
> I did face the same issue: in my case OSP did not show all the IG
> properties in configupdate.sh nor did it in
> ism-configuration.properties. But OSP knows there is a database and it
> wil read the settings in table ism_global_config.
> Strip the 8543 port from:
> com.netiq.iac.redirect.url =
> com.netiq.cx.redirect.url =
>
> If above also exists in your ism-configuration.properties: be sure the
> settings are the same as in the database.


This is a good point.

Identity Apps, store some stuff about the local node, in the
ism-configuration.properties, and about the cluster, in the User App
driver's AppConfig container (XML in the XML-data attribute of the
configuration object).

IDG stores stuff about the local node, in the
ism-configuration.properties and about the cluster in the shared DB in
the ISM_GLOBAL_CONFIG table.



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