Foundry Certificate Installation
The OpenUru Foundry tools use SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) to encrypt transactions and to give confidence that you are connected to the correct server. Currently, this is a "self-signed" certificate and not one that has been validated by the main certificate authorities, so most browsers will display a warning when you navigate to one of the Foundry pages.
You can avoid these warnings by installing the certificate in your browser's certificate store. This can be done when you first visit the foundry, but the methods vary greatly accross browsers. It is perhaps easier to manually install the certificate before visting the Foundry. The certificate will also need to installed in repository tools (Mercurial or Subversion) using SSL to access the Foundry repositories.
Obtaining the Certificate
(For manual installation into applications not listed below)
Download a copy of the certificate using this link: Foundry Certificate
Please read the instructions so you know what to do before clicking on the link to the certificate, or right click the link and open it in a new tab or window.
Click on the following link: Foundry Certificate A popup will appear titled "Downloading Certificate". Mark the check box for "Trust this CA to identify web sites" then click "OK" (you may wish to click "View" to check the certificate details first). The certificate is now installed, and when visiting the Foundry you should see the padlock symbol at the bottom right of your browser: hovering the mouse pointer over this should show "Authenticated by OpenUru.org"
Note: Firefox 3.6.0 contains a bug which may cause loss of data when using JIRA - users should upgrade their Firefox installation to 3.6.2 or later.
TortoiseHg 2.0.x (Mercurial)
Open the TortoiseHg Workbench, and open the ProjectName repository at https://foundry.openuru.org/hg/ProjectName. You will probably see an error message at the bottom of the window indicating that the command was aborted - ignore this. In the middle section, under "Remote Repository", there is a drop-down to select the protocol (keep it "https"), and then click on the padlock icon. A popup titled "Security: foundry.openuru.org" will appear. Select "Verify with stored host fingerprint (good)", then click the "Query" button to obtain the certificate signature from foundry.openuru.org. This will fill in the field with the fingerprint data which should match the example given below. Fill in your User Authentication information (only Username and Password are required and are the same as your JIRA account details) and click "Save". Now your pull/push operations should succeed. You can verify the command has succeeded by selecting "View -> Show Output Log" to show the output from the underlying Mercurial commands; they always should announce a successful completion.