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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-8219

Unable to connect to Quality Center when using HTTPS

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Component/s: qc-plugin
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    • Environment:
      windows
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      Description

      Bonjour,

      Nous cherchons à utiliser ce plugin mais après l'avoir installé, nous avons eu le message suivant lors de la configuration de l'URL du serveur QC pour récupérer le fichier msi:
      "Erreur lors de la tentative de connexion au serveur Quality Center"

      Qu'à cela ne tienne, nous avons donc récupéré le fichier sur le site d'HP et avons utilisé l'option avancée pour spécifier le chemin d'accès au fichier en local.

      Le problème se reproduit malheureusement lors de l'ajout d'une étape au build...

      Notre serveur QC a une URL en https, serait ce là l'origine du problème? Doit on changer quelque chose sur le serveur QC? Doit on installer un certificat sur Hudson? Ou bien le HTTPS n'est tout simplement pas géré dans le plugin?

      Merci par avance pour votre aide
      Yann SAUTREUIL

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          rseguy Romain Seguy added a comment -

          Hi Yann,

          Kindly use English so that everybody can reuse information. I've recently read that French is one of the top most used languages on the Internet, but it's not the first one for the moment

          Yep, I guess you're right for the HTTPS stuff: What you need to do is to actually export the certificate of the QC server (you can use your browser for that) and then to import it in the keystore of the JVM (all of them if you are in a master/slave setup) which runs Hudson . Then it should go fine.

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          rseguy Romain Seguy added a comment - Hi Yann, Kindly use English so that everybody can reuse information. I've recently read that French is one of the top most used languages on the Internet, but it's not the first one for the moment Yep, I guess you're right for the HTTPS stuff: What you need to do is to actually export the certificate of the QC server (you can use your browser for that) and then to import it in the keystore of the JVM (all of them if you are in a master/slave setup) which runs Hudson . Then it should go fine.

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            rseguy Romain Seguy
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