Help Center Live Community

Support => Installation Help & Software Support => Topic started by: itmind on August 31, 2007, 02:17:50 PM



Title: Using SSL
Post by: itmind on August 31, 2007, 02:17:50 PM
Hi, have searched the forum but maybe I am blind or the only with this problem, how do I make a secure call to the JavaScript:
Code:
<script type="text/javascript" language="javascript" src="http://xxxx.dk/livehelp/class/js/include.php?live&cobrowse&departmentid=1"></script>

With SSL in OSCommerce.

I have change the http to https and the same with the on- / offline images, but I still get the warning box ?Unsafe elements ?? in IE when I switch to SSL.

Are I?m just doing something wrong?

Thanks
Jan


Title: Re: Using SSL
Post by: HCL Admin on September 01, 2007, 05:48:59 AM
I'm going to have the think on this one, I believe there may be some direct calls in the java itself.  If so, we may need to put a http/https switch in the config to make is simple to setup.  Editing the source files on 2.x is a bad idea, as every release your having to put your mods back in.


Title: Re: Using SSL
Post by: victor on September 05, 2007, 06:58:36 PM
to make this work you should only change your config.php file

        // The URL where HCL is installed
        $conf['url'] = 'http://www.yourdomain.com';

Instead of using http:// change it to https://

Then generate again the code and it will be with the HTTPS included  8)


Title: Re: Using SSL
Post by: HCL Admin on September 07, 2007, 05:37:43 PM
Let me know if the Java doesn't pick it up.  IIRC, there is a spot that may give you the unsecured items error in some browsers.


Title: Re: Using SSL
Post by: redundant on June 28, 2008, 07:34:30 PM
Quote from: victor link=topic=200.    msg1253#msg1253 date=1189015116
to make this work you should only change your config.    php file

        // The URL where HCL is installed
        $conf['url'] = 'hxxp: www.    yourdomain.    com';

Instead of using hxxp:  change it to https://

Then generate again the code and it will be with the HTTPS included  8)

Hey Thanks for this.      Manually changing the generated code to HTTPS:// doesn't solve the problem.   

But, making this change in the config.    php evidently changes some internal links, and things now work fine in IE.   

Much Appreciated :)

Edit: Forgot to add to this/ask.     While hunting down why IE was throwing an error, I narrowed it down to HCL.     This article outlines how an element, having its background changed a certain way with a script, can cause the issue.     In case this can be fixed / addressed in a later release so we don't have to force SSL 100% of the time.   

hxxp: simile. mit. edu/issues/browse/TIMELINE-52
hxxp: support. microsoft. com/kb/925014

and this link : hxxp: weblogs. asp. net/rchartier/archive/2008/03/12/ie7-this-page-contains-both-secure-and-nonsecure-items. aspx