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I have a JIRA server-core instance that is running internally with HTTP. We want to move away from unsecure URL's to using a wildcard SSL cert of ours.
What is the simplest way of doing this? I am currently trying to change server.xml to make this work but i must be doing something wrong because whenever I try updating things here Jira refuses to startup. I have a *.home.com wildcard SSL cert in pfx, crt, and .key formats using OpenSSL.
@JonathanWelcome to the community!
It is a great move. Using HTTP in today's age is not a great choice for an organization. Coming to the problem in hand,
Here are some references,