AW: change http to https, what to do?

Tiemo Hollmann TB toolbook at kestner.de
Thu Jan 24 06:35:17 EST 2019


What I found is that it seems to be related using a subdomain and SSL in my
url.
mySubdomain points to dir myDir at myDomain and myDomain has a certificate
with "*", so that it also reflects on the subdomain.
This works (SSL):
Put https://www.myDomain.de/myDir/myPHP.php into tRes 
This also works (subdomain, but no SSL):
Put http://www.mySubdomain.myDomain.de/myPHP.php into tRes
But this does not work (Subdomain + SSL):
Put https://www.mySubdomain.myDomain.de/myPHP.php into tRes
Calling this subdomain URL via browser, I can call it with https

Will test Matthias try later, thanks
Tiemo

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Betreff: change http to https, what to do?

Hello,

 

I have some http communication with some PHP programs on my server. The PHP
programs reside in a password protected directory.

I want to change the http communication (put URL) to https (the server has a
certificate) because of the new European Basic Data Protection Regulation.

 

When just changing the "http" to "https" in my URL I get the return message:

"tsneterr: (35) schannel: next InitializeSecurityContext failed:
SEC_E_ILLEGAL_MESSAGE (0x80090326) - This error usually occurs when a fatal
SSL/TLS alert is received (e.g. handshake failed)."

 

Are there any general options in LiveCode, I have to prepare to communicate
via https or what else do I have to change?

Thanks for any experience.

Tiemo

 

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