#603 Webstore - Login https

X-R2.4.4
closed
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2003-07-11
2003-07-09
DODOL
No

I am running ver.2.4.4c. When tried to login in Webstore,
it changed from http to https, and it didn't pick up the
port id in https. The login screen just wouldn't load up.
Where can I set up the port id for https? I can't seem to
find it under run_setup.bat
Thanks

Discussion

  • Kathy Pink

    Kathy Pink - 2003-07-09
    • assigned_to: kmpink --> jjanke
     
  • Jorg Janke

    Jorg Janke - 2003-07-09

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    SSL is required by the Privacy guys. The apps works fine
    with the default ports 80/443. When you do not use 80, the
    SSL port os 8443, but the apps does not set the port.

     
  • Jorg Janke

    Jorg Janke - 2003-07-09
    • status: open --> pending
     
  • Jorg Janke

    Jorg Janke - 2003-07-09

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  • DODOL

    DODOL - 2003-07-09

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    I use port 8008 for http so I assume it will be using 8443 for
    https but where can I overwrite 443 to 8443 so the login
    https can automatically bring it up?
    Thanks,

     
  • DODOL

    DODOL - 2003-07-09
    • status: pending --> open
     
  • Jorg Janke

    Jorg Janke - 2003-07-10
    • status: open --> pending
     
  • Jorg Janke

    Jorg Janke - 2003-07-10

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    I am not aware of an automatic feature as https defaults to
    443. The only option I know is to manually overwrite it in the
    URL.
    Realistically, if you are running a web store, it should be on
    the standard ports.

     
  • DODOL

    DODOL - 2003-07-11
    • status: pending --> closed
     

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