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Re: UA OSP - Invalid host header name or request url domain name

gtejo <gtejo@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:
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So i think i need a way to add a new interface, or by default, modify
one. If this configuration is in one of the jar files that the OSP uses,
i dont think that digging into the jar files is a viable solution. So if
the HTTPInterfaces are defined by a code, i think that the code should
pickup the input values from one of the configration places that OSP
use, or the certicates, or the ism-configuracion.properties. I verified
all the certificates in the two keystores (eDirectory and OSP) and the
certificates in the keystore that tomcat uses. Also verified the
server.xml and the ism-configuracion.properties file, in there i have a
lot of configuration parameters, but not one let me define witch
HTTPInterface the OSP uses.


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Hi.

Just a crazy idea, what happens if you change the hosts file to:
192.168.172.28 idmv45dyt.bvsa.local

Does it make a difference.

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Marcus
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Re: UA OSP - Invalid host header name or request url domain

Marcus;2499164 wrote:
gtejo <gtejo@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:
>

So i think i need a way to add a new interface, or by default, modify
one. If this configuration is in one of the jar files that the OSP uses,
i dont think that digging into the jar files is a viable solution. So if
the HTTPInterfaces are defined by a code, i think that the code should
pickup the input values from one of the configration places that OSP
use, or the certicates, or the ism-configuracion.properties. I verified
all the certificates in the two keystores (eDirectory and OSP) and the
certificates in the keystore that tomcat uses. Also verified the
server.xml and the ism-configuracion.properties file, in there i have a
lot of configuration parameters, but not one let me define witch
HTTPInterface the OSP uses.


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gtejo
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gtejo's Profile: https://forums.novell.com/member.php?userid=116263
View this thread: https://forums.novell.com/showthread.php?t=512039

>


Hi.

Just a crazy idea, what happens if you change the hosts file to:
192.168.172.28 idmv45dyt.bvsa.local

Does it make a difference.

--
Best regards
Marcus


Changed, and now the OSP logs shows me the right interface. But the error still persist. I think is that because the interface port is 80 instead of 8543. This is correct, or the port should be 8543?
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Re: UA OSP - Invalid host header name or request url domain name

>> Just a crazy idea, what happens if you change the hosts file to:
>> 192.168.172.28 idmv45dyt.bvsa.local
>>



> Changed, and now the OSP logs shows me the right interface. But the
> error still persist. I think is that because the interface port is 80
> instead of 8543. This is correct, or the port should be 8543?


I am surprised that worked, but pleasantly surprised. I guess it makes
sense when you think about how name resolution via /etc/hosts work.

What port is Tomcat configured to listen HTTPS on? 80 or 8543, that is
the proper value to enter in ism-configuration.properties.



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Re: UA OSP - Invalid host header name or request url domain

Is 8543, all references to the port in Authentication tab and SSO tab in the configupdate are pointed to this port.
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Re: UA OSP - Invalid host header name or request url domain

So finally, the solution was: execute the config.sh file inside the folder osp in inside the root installation folder of the version 4.7. Then reconfigure the ism-configuration.properties with the the rights values and the keystores and voalá! Now you can access the UA.
Thnks for the help guys!
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Re: UA OSP - Invalid host header name or request url domain name

On 5/2/2019 5:44 PM, gtejo wrote:
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> So finally, the solution was: execute the config.sh file inside the
> folder osp in inside the root installation folder of the version 4.7.
> Then reconfigure the ism-configuration.properties with the the rights
> values and the keystores and voal�! Now you can access the UA.
> Thnks for the help guys!


What does the config.sh do? Or did you mean configupdate.sh?


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