An SSL HTTPS connector is already enabled in the Application Server. For more information on configuring SSL for the Application Server, refer to the Sun Java System Application Server 9.1 Administration Guide.
If you are using a different application server or web server, an SSL HTTPS connector might or might not be enabled. If you are using a server that needs its SSL connector to be configured, consult the documentation for that server.
As a general rule, to enable SSL for a server, you must address the following issues:
There must be a Connector element for an SSL connector in the server deployment descriptor.
There must be valid keystore and certificate files.
The location of the keystore file and its password must be specified in the server deployment descriptor.
You can verify whether or not SSL is enabled by following the steps in Verifying SSL Support.