- Open the FireFox Certificate Manager by selecting Firefox > Preferences... > Advanced > Certificates > View Certificates > Your Certificates.
- Import the browser keystore browser.p12 that is located in your <ALFRESCO_HOME>/alf_data/keystore directory.
Enter the password alfresco.
A window displays showing that the keystore has been imported successfully. The Certificate Manager now contains the imported keystore with the Alfresco repository certificate under the Your Certificates tab.
- Close the Certificate Manager by clicking OK.
In the browser, navigate to a Solr URL, https://localhost:8443/solr4.
The browser displays an error message window to indicate that the connection is untrusted. This is due to the Alfresco certificate not being tied to the server IP address. In this case, view the certificate and confirm that it is signed by the Alfresco Certificate Authority.
- Expand I understand the risks.
- Select Add Exception.
This displays the certificate.
- Confirm that the certificate was issued by Alfresco Certificate Authority, and then confirm the Security Exception.
The Solr web interface makes it easy for administrators to view the Solr configuration details, run queries, and analyse document fields in order to calibrate a Solr configuration.