3730RE: [soaplite] Don't understand SSL - basic perl error?
- Jul 9, 2004From: Duncan Cameron [mailto:duncan_cameron2002@...]
> Earlier this week there was a post about which SSL modulesReally? perhaps you'd be so kind as to post an ID reference to the post on
> you need to install to use https.
I've looked through the archive, and seen *lots* of mails about how to get
SSL working *server side* (with references to apache and mod_soap, none of
which is relevant to me). But *client* side, I can't find anything... other
than RTFM style hints, and the FM just says "use https:// instead of
http://", which surely isn't the full story.
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