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From:Edward Diener Date:December 21 2008 6:00am
Subject:Re: SSL connection error
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Warren Young wrote:
> On Dec 19, 2008, at 8:05 PM, Edward Diener wrote:
> ...
> When/if you get this working, I'd appreciate a writeup sent to the list, 
> which I can turn into a chapter for the user manual.  Nothing fancy, 
> just the facts, man. :)

I got my code working by specifying the full path to the client key, 
client certificate, and CA certificate files. I thought the fourth 
parameter, which is the CA path, would give that information and the 
client key, client certificate, and CA certificates were just given as 
file names. Since I must give the full path to these files, why is the 
fourth parameter actually needed at all, or what does it actually mean ?

At least my SSL connection is now working and I need only to make sure 
that the data is indeed getting encrypted between the client and the 
server. I am assuming I need some sort of network sniffer to test that 
latter assumption.

SSL connection errorEdward Diener20 Dec
  • Re: SSL connection errorWarren Young20 Dec
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