Edit the HTTP Server Adapter

You can edit the HTTP Server adapter from under the Deployment menu.

About this task

To edit the HTTP Server adapter:


  1. From the Deployment menu, select Services > Configuration.
  2. Using either the List or Search feature, locate the HTTP Server adapter.
  3. On The Services Configuration page, next to the HTTP Server Adapter, click copy.
  4. In the Name field, enter a new descriptive name.
  5. In the Description field, enter a new description for the adapter.
  6. Choose the appropriate group that you want to associate with this adapter and click Next.
  7. In the Host Listen Port field, enter the port number from the DMZ computer on which the adapter listens.
  8. In the Perimeter Server Name field, select the appropriate name from the list.
  9. Choose the appropriate document storage, user authentication, SSL, certificate, and cipher strength options and click Next.
  10. On The URI page, next to New URI, click add.
  11. On The URI Config page, next to URI field, enter the URI you are adding to the adapter.
  12. Under Launch BP Or War, select WAR File, and click Next.
  13. On The WAR Config page, in the Enter WAR File Path field, enter the complete path to the WAR file and click Next.
  14. On The URI page, click Next.
  15. On The Confirm page, verify the settings, select Enable Service for Business Processes, and click Finish.


Test the Web Application

After you deploy a Web application in a DMZ using the perimeter servers, you must test the application to ensure that it works properly.

To test a Web application deployed in a DMZ:
  1. Point your Web browser to http://host:port/filename, where the host is the DMZ IP address, where the port is the HTTP Server adapter port, and the filename is the name of the WAR file deployed.
  2. Log in using your user name and password.