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Allow override of SSL config in tlsSecurity.xml in ODM CP4BA deployment
When ODM components are deployed as part of the CloudPak, the SSL settings for the Liberty application server can be found in tlsSecurity.xml file deployed to the pod. Currently, the only customization we can do to these settings are the ability to specify custom keystore and truststores. I would like the ability to fully customize the SSL settings. Here are some reasons I would like to do so:
Expand the list of ciphers supported by the SSL configuration
Enable client and mutual SSL authentication for calls to the Decision Server Runtime
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