Praka Sube

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Originally posted by Praka Sube:
Bill,

To turn on SSL, we purchased a Server Certificate from Verisign and installed it on the IIS web server. Then, changed config of IIS for the web site to require SSL for commucation.



And yes, we can access all other resources on the server without an problem under SSL.
17 years ago
Bill,

To turn on SSL, we purchased a Server Certificate from Verisign and installed it on the IIS web server. Then, changed config of IIS for the web site to require SSL for commucation.
17 years ago
Dear Ranchers,

We have following code that generates rtf file and writes to the browser. This works fine (like a charm) without SSL. With SSL turned on, however, we receive following error message:

"Internet Explorer can not open 'URL' on webserverhost. Internet Explorer
was not able to open this Internet site. The requested site is either
unavailable or cannot be found. Please try again later."

Any pointers on how to make this work with SSL?


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.../* Headers */

ServletOutputStream out = resp.getOutputStream ();
resp.setContentType("application/msword");
resp.setHeader("Content-disposition", "attachment; filename=" +
resumevo.getResumeName() + ".rtf" );

/* Resume type */
String xslFO = "resume-functional.xsl";
String resumeType = (String)req.getParameter("resumeType");

if (resumeType != null && resumeType.equalsIgnoreCase("Chronological")) {
xslFO = "resume-cronological.xsl";
} else {
xslFO = "resume-functional.xsl";
}

xslFO = getServletContext().getRealPath("/WEB-INF/XSL/" + xslFO);

/* XML */
CreateXML createResumeXML = new CreateXML();
String letterXML = createResumeXML.makeResume(resumevo);

try {
RTFGen.createResumeRtf(letterXML, xslFO, out);
} catch (Exception e1) {
throw new ServletException(e1);
}

...
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Thanks,
17 years ago