[Archivesspace_Users_Group] Switching ArchivesSpace to https when not running Apache
amanifold at slv.vic.gov.au
Sun Feb 23 23:18:05 EST 2020
Hi ArchivesSpace list,
We’re planning to go live to the public with our AS PUI soon and wanted to switch it to https before we do that. We have looked at the excellent document on this at https://archivesspace.github.io/archivesspace/user/serving-archivesspace-user-facing-applications-over-https/, which is quite helpful.
However, we’re not currently running Apache (or Nginx) on our AS server, so this process doesn’t look as easy as I first thought.
Does anyone have any tips or documentation about how to start using Apache with ArchivesSpace? I’ve looked at the pages on “ArchivesSpace with Subdomains” and “ArchivesSpace over HTTPS”, which are also helpful, but they don’t address the bit of incorporating Apache into our setup in the first place.
We can figure it out by ourselves, but if anyone can provide doco or tips, that might make it a tad easier.
Alan Manifold | Library Systems & Digital Preservation Manager | Collection Development & Description
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