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From Lars Huttar <>
Subject Re: how to access an https web service from within Cocoon?
Date Thu, 22 Jun 2006 18:50:47 GMT
Yves Vindevogel wrote:
> 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.
Thank you for the hints...
How do I tell Cocoon where the generated keys are, so that Cocoon knows 
to send them?
> 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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