you can use either, 443 is the standard SSL port where you do not need to provide the port in the link.
If using 8443, you will need to provide the port in the link.
For SSL to work correctly, you need to have the associated keys and certificates all available to Tomcat for the certificate to be served up correctly, then define the location for the file containing the SSL information. The below example shows a default keystore of ".keystore".
If the keystore only has one certificate, you don't need to define the alias to use, but if there are multiple certificates you need to tell Tomcat what certificate to use in the keystore.
<!-- Define a SSL Coyote HTTP/1.1 Connector on port 443 -->
scheme="https" secure="true" SSLEnabled="true"
Dependent on how you have the keys and certificates stored will determine how you configure the connector to access the SSL information.
You can figure out the tomcat that is used by the Smart Reporting Application.
- In my system my SmartReporting is making use of below tomcat location
C:\Program Files\BMC Software\ARSystem\SmartReporting\appserver\conf
- Edit the server.xml file and modify below for SmartReporting to work with SSL.
- Restart the tomcat Services used by SmartReporting and then try accessing the SmartReporting URL with port 8443.
Thanks for the reply.
Finally it's resolved.
In the AR Server 9.1 we need to adjust the connector for tomcat version 8.5.6 since the oob connector in the server.xml provide the connector for apache tomcat 7.0.