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Changing public URL

Jagan Dusi (112) | asked Jan 28 '16, 6:21 p.m.
I would appreciate if you can help with foll Qs
1. Right now my public URL is like https://IPaddress:9443/jts
2. I was asked to change it to http://IPaddress:9080/jts

I tried, editing server.xml but it is only responding when port 9443 is set for protocol HTTPS

3. Can I actually enable both 9080/HTTP  and 9443/HTTPS at same time if not how do I switch when needed from one to other

Donald Nong commented Jan 28 '16, 8:04 p.m.

No, you cannot use HTTP and HTTPS at the same time, as the public URI is unique (which dictates whether HTTP or HTTPS is used). Also, switching from HTTPS to HTTPS requires more than just server rename - you will need to manually modify the web.xml of each application as well. Unless you see great benefit of using HTTP, I suggest you go against this idea.

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Alan Sampson (93739) | answered Jan 28 '16, 6:41 p.m.
Renaming the public URI in RTC is not a trivial task; the process is quite involved and requires amongst other things an activation key which you must request via a PMR.

This link provides an introduction to the server rename process:
and there are many other resources available to provide guidance.

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Rafael Rodriguez Montes (23013109213) | answered Jan 28 '16, 8:01 p.m.
Or using a reverse proxy which is easier due that the tool has not autonomy to auto generate the links on base of the current dns name. 

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Patricia Der (5011) | answered Jan 29 '16, 10:48 a.m.
See the help for doing server rename -

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