Enable SSL on Confluence

I am referring below document to make our confluence server to SSL



We have our certificates from our DNS service provider. As mentioned in above mentioned documentation link, we do not have any keystoreFile or keystorePass.

Is it possible to make Confluence SSL or HTTPS without this two (keystoreFile or keystorePass.)

We make JIRA to liten SSL / HTTPS with our certificates and making changes in server.xml

Is it possible for Confluence to without keystoreFile or keystorePass.

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Steven Behnke Community Champion Jun 07, 2016

Tomcat uses Keystores. Period. If you have a certificate and you want to use Tomcat to terminate SSL, you must import them to a Keystore file. If you want to use the raw certificates, you could use Apache HTTP server instead as that is configured with raw certificates.

Using the JAVA Keytool program, you can add your certificates to a keystore and obtain a keystore file and a keystore password.

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