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API Manager - How do I setup the API poxy end-point to be on port 443.

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Nov 27, 2017

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So in the API manager I tried changing the API proxy port from 9100 to 443. Restarted the manger and it won't start. Log say 443 is already being used. My assumption would be IIS is using it. How do I get the public URL for the manager setup so you can call like so, notice there is no port in the URL.

https://mydomain.com/myapiname/v1.0/resource

 

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Correct answer by Dave Watts | Adobe Community Professional

If I understand correctly, you can just use the connectors to connect API Manager to IIS the same way you'd connect CF to IIS. Here's some documentation about that.

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API Manager - How do I setup the API poxy end-point to be on port 443.

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So in the API manager I tried changing the API proxy port from 9100 to 443. Restarted the manger and it won't start. Log say 443 is already being used. My assumption would be IIS is using it. How do I get the public URL for the manager setup so you can call like so, notice there is no port in the URL.

https://mydomain.com/myapiname/v1.0/resource

 

IIS 10

WIN SERV 2016

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Dave Watts | Adobe Community Professional

If I understand correctly, you can just use the connectors to connect API Manager to IIS the same way you'd connect CF to IIS. Here's some documentation about that.

ColdFusion Help | Connectors

Scaling with API manager | Adobe Developer Connection

Dave Watts, CTO, Fig Leaf Software

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If I understand correctly, you can just use the connectors to connect API Manager to IIS the same way you'd connect CF to IIS. Here's some documentation about that.

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Ya I have the connector configured, if I leave the api proxy end-point on 9100 and configure the connector then going here https://mydomain.com/myapiname/v1.0/resource I get page not found. I can get to the portal on 443 with the domain name.

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This ended up being code error to what the page not found was occurring.

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