Enabling HTTPS Access for Apache Solr Admin Interface in DDEV
By adjusting the docker-compose.solr.yaml file in the .ddev directory and defining the appropriate environment variables, users can seamlessly enable HTTPS access for Solr admin, providing enhanced security and facilitating accessibility through a designated subdomain.
Kevin's technique not only caters to Solr admin but also hints at its potential applicability to other add-on services in DDEV, offering a valuable solution for ensuring secure and efficient access to essential development tools.
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