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History Node connections

REST server

  1. Open GAX -> Applications -> <iWD History Node app> -> ports -> admin .
    1. Change it to Secured listening mode.
    2. Fill Certificate and Trusted CA fields with JKS keystore and truststore files.
    3. Add Transport parameters tls-mutual=1, keystore-password, truststore-password, provider=JKS.</tt> The final string should look like this:
    • tls=1;certificate=/genesys/TLS/keystore.jks;trusted-ca=/genesys/TLS/truststore.jks;keystore-password=KSPASSWD;truststore-password=TSPASSWD;tls-mutual=1;provider=JKS
  2. Open GAX -> Applications -> <iWD History Node app> -> ports -> default .
    1. Change it to Secured listening mode.
    2. Fill Certificate and Trusted CA fields with JKS keystore and truststore files.
    3. Add Transport parameters tls-mutual=1, keystore-password, truststore-password, provider=JKS. The final string should look like this:
    • tls=1;certificate=/genesys/TLS/keystore.jks;trusted-ca=/genesys/TLS/truststore.jks;keystore-password=KSPASSWD;truststore-password=TSPASSWD;tls-mutual=1;provider=JKS

JMS client

  1. Open GAX -> Applications -> <iWD History Node app> -> connections.
  2. Find a DAP which History Node uses to connect to ActiveMQ.
  3. Open the DAPs Application Options and set the following:
    • logger-settings / jms-initial-context-factory = org.apache.activemq.jndi.ActiveMQSslInitialContextFactory
    • logger-settings / jms-provider-url = ssl://<activemq hostname>:61617

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