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[bioontology-support] OntoPortal 2.5 appliance and SSL

Petri Laihonen petri.laihonen at
Thu Mar 8 04:54:27 PST 2018


Can you point me to a documentation or instructions about enabling SSL
traffic with OntoPortal 2.5 appliance?

I have managed to turn Web UI to https, and the Rest API only partially.
(If I even did it correctly)
I can make a request via https, but the response links are still referring
to http port 8080.


Having SSL turned on by default would be very advantageous, since soon
google chrome will be more strictly against non https sites.

Thank you,

Petri Laihonen
petri.laihonen at

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