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From Yves Vindevogel <yves.vindevo...@implements.be>
Subject Re: how to access an https web service from within Cocoon?
Date Thu, 22 Jun 2006 16:53:20 GMT
Take a look in the man pages of SSH.
There's a part on those keys in it.  When the key is found already, it 
does not ask anything.
You can generate those keys yourself and store them before Cocoon gets 
to the site.

Lars Huttar wrote:
> Hello,
> We have a Cocoon application that has been accessing a web service to 
> get some data.
> It uses your basic
>   <map:generate src="http://remotehost/blah/blah" />
> It's all worked fine in development, but now in QA and production, the 
> web service will be accessible only via https through a reverse-proxy 
> server.
> So when Cocoon tries to connect to the web service, it has to accept 
> the certificate, and it also has to submit authentication information 
> to a login page (the first time). Is Cocoon able to do that?
> How do we make Cocoon accept the certificate?
> And how to submit authentication information to a login page that will 
> appear only the first time: Do we have to use flowscript?
>
> Thanks,
> Lars
>
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