Zoomdata Version

Disabling SSL in Zoomdata

You can disable the SSL Certificate in Zoomdata by adding a parameter to the zoomdata.properties file located in the /etc/zoomdata directory. The purpose of the parameter is to disable a redirect by Spring Boot to SSL and enable you to use the HTTP port. Take the following steps to disable the SSL Certificate:

  1. From your terminal, SSH to your Zoomdata Server.
  2. Stop Zoomdata services.
    For the appropriate Linux command line, refer to the article Stopping Zoomdata Services .
  3. Use the following command to access and open the zoomdata.properties file:
    vi /etc/zoomdata/zoomdata.properties
    If the .properties file does not exist, this command creates the file.
  4. Add the following parameters into the file as new lines:
    server.port=8080
    server.ssl.enabled=false
  5. Save and exit the .properties file.
  6. Start Zoomdata services.
    For the appropriate Linux command line, refer to the article Starting the Zoomdata Server.

Once the Zoomdata Server has successfully restarted, you can open a new browser window and log in. You should no longer be redirected to an SSL connection.

If you have configured your firewall (see next section) then use the following URL format:

http://{IP Address of Zoomdata Server}/zoomdata

Otherwise, use the following URL format:
http://{IP Address of Zoomdata Server}:8080/zoomdata

Configuring the Firewall (for Centos)

Refer to the article Configuring the Firewall for setup instructions.