This topic describes how to deploy an SSL certificate on a Tomcat 8.5 or Tomcat 9.0 server that runs CentOS.
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Operating system: CentOS 7.6, 64-bit
Web server: Tomcat 8.5 or Tomcat 9.0
- The Tomcat server certificate is downloaded from the SSL Certificates Service console. The Tomcat server certificate includes a certificate file in PFX format and a password file in TXT format.
- DNS resolution is configured for the domain name that you bound to your SSL certificate when you applied for this certificate, and the domain name points to the IP address of your Tomcat server.
Run the ping www.yourdomain.com command after the domain name resolution is configured. If the IP address of your Tomcat server is returned, the resolution is successful.
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- Decompress the Tomcat server certificate package. Note A new password file is generated each time you download the certificate. The password is valid only for the certificate you download that time. If you need to update the certificate file, you must also update the matching password file.
- Copy the downloaded certificate and password files to the conf directory of your Tomcat server. Note To install a JKS certificate, run the following command to convert the format of the certificate from PFX to JKS:
- Open Tomcat/conf/server.xml, find the following parameters in the server.xml file, and modify these parameters.
- Save the configurations in the server.xml file.
- Optional. Add the following content at the bottom of the web.xml file to automatically redirect HTTP requests to HTTPS:
- Restart the Tomcat service.
- Run the ./shutdown.sh script in the bin directory of your Tomcat server to disable the Tomcat service.
- Run the ./startup.sh script in the bin directory of your Tomcat server to enable the Tomcat service.
What to do next
After the Tomcat service is restarted, enter https://www.YourDomainName.com in the address bar of your browser to verify whether the SSL certificate is installed. It is the domain name that you bound to your SSL certificate. If the green lock icon appears in the address bar of your browser, the SSL certificate is installed.