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Re: HTTPS Problem

From: shlomit lisser <>
Date: Sun, 05 Jan 2003 22:38:28 +0200

then just a small question, I traced the header the IE is sending and
successfully manage to get
the data with. The only distinctive difference that I can see is that the
POST line is of a full link -
The site is secure despite the fact that the line contains an http prefix.
Could that cause a problem?
and more specifically is it possible to swap one header line? it could be a
useful feature.
(using -H will require building the whole header by our selfs right?)


At 09:01 PM 05/01/2003 +0100, you wrote:
>On Sun, 29 Dec 2002, shlomit lisser wrote:
> > I'm using the latest version of cURL. I also entered the --cacert option
> > using the ca-bundle certificate file, in case the server requires that. All
> > looks fine (to my eyes..) however I'm still not able to retrieve the web
> > content. I'm getting a 'session timeout' page. The return codes are 200 ok
> > and after looking very thoroughly in the mailing list I'm running out of
> > ideas.
>Since you get HTML content and even a 200 HTTP code, you don't have a HTTPS
> > I'm sending the headers and page results. they have been changed slightly.
> > I'll appreciate any comment on that.
>Sorry, but I'm up to my ears with work and I don't have time to check the
>details here, but the fact that you get a session timeout' page back
>indicates that you fail to pass something over to the server that informs it
>about your "session". Like a form field, a cookie or something.
> Daniel Stenberg -- curl, cURL, Curl, CURL. Groks URLs.
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Shlomit Lisser
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Received on 2003-01-05