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Does MultiAction Controller work with Https?

 
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Hi,

Can someone tell me whether the multi action controller works with https ?

I have a scenario where i need to invoke the multiaction controller by explicitly building the url and send the data via https

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Suhas
 
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I am not sure why you cant do it if you can do it with normal controller, after all MultiActionController allows you to aggregate multiple actions into one controller.
 
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Hi,

I tried to invoke multi action controller by using a GWT RequestBuilder class using an http request the url was "http://localhost:8080/GWTApp/loginActivity.rpc?method=create&username=Sai"; , It worked. But when I just replaced the http to https it doesn't invoke the server's create method. Are there any jars tht i need to include or something. I am using Spring 2.5.6. Is the issue related to the sping version.

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Suhas
 
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I tried to include spring security jars and did the necessary configuration in the spring-servlet.xml but still it does not work
 
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