https Support

Hi

I have developed a sample web application and able to access from Rhoelements. Now I have added a self signed certificate to my web application on IIS. I could able to access same pages from my PC. Now I changed config.xml start page URL to https. But I got an Error page withblack color saying unable to load page.

any config changes i need to make?

thanks

Chenna

Anonymous (not verified)
Hi Chenna,There could be a

Hi Chenna,

There could be a couple of reasons:

1) The time is set correctly on the device
2) IIS not accepting cookies

Here are two threads that have solved similar problems to yours:

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Venkatasubbaiah...
Hello BenThanks for your

Hello Ben

Thanks for your quick response

The device date and time is correct with server time.

I am using XP and IIS 5.1. I could not find enable cokies on IIS.

Need to test on higher versions.

thanks

Chenna

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Timothy Murphy
Hi Ben,What if from my device

Hi Ben,

What if from my device using IE, I can navigate to my https URL; however, from my RhoElements application I get a bad link error.

Thanks,

Tim

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Peter Arcuri
Just a thought, if the config

Just a thought, if the config.xml file has the proper https URL and time/date of device is correct, I would suggest force stopping and relaunching RhoElements. In Windows Mobile, simply warm-boot the device and relaunch RhoElements.

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Timothy Murphy
I'm starting the application

I'm starting the application via the local webserver (http), and calling the https URL via JavaScript, I get the following warning prior to connection failure. WARNING: Network CNetworkModule::MetaProc Unrecognised Meta Tag Provided to Network Module or it is not supported by the device 193 2012-03-22 08:47:31 WARNING: Core rmanagement/orderservice/v1/receiveorder.aspx Network Plug-in failed to set the property: https with value: //services.xxx.com/systems/ordermanagement/orderservice/v1/receiveorder.aspx 666 2012-03-22 08:47:31 If I place the same https URL in the address bar of Internet Explorer on the device, it connects fines.

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