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http to https


Hi all,

I have a sso application (web wizard script) where the url is
http://www.somesite.com but now the webserver admin has moved site to
https. Nothing else has changed, but the application definition does not
work any more.
If I do a new application with the url pointing to
https://www.somesite.com it all work fine, but then users have to
recreate there login information, is there any way to move the
application to a new url
environment
E-dir
Secure login 7.0.3

best regards

Lennart


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Re: http to https


Lennart,

There are two options:
- you could simply remove the "http://" from the original working
definition (recommended). This would allow the definition to to work
with either "http" or "https".
- you could also associate the credential source (if using the wizard)
or use the "setplat" command if you have converted it to an application
definition

Regards,

Troy


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