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Re: HTTPS POST with Reply

From: Kevin Carothers <>
Date: Fri, 15 Sep 2006 12:26:39 -0700

On 9/15/06, Lamar, Dave <> wrote:
> Kevin -
> When I attempt to open the url in a browser I get -
> There has been an error.
> Requested file is not found on server.
> I don;t think the vendor intended for it to be accessed via a browser.
> They actually send a java script for this process, but I didn't want to have
> to install java just for this one application.
> Thanks for the input.
> -dl

Hmm- I'm getting more confused.
Did your vendor publish an API for these requests?

It sounds like from your original post that you're going thru a web server -
and from what I remember- HTTP requests thru java on an SSL-encrypted site
are no picnic (you have to have an SSL wrapper and good ones are hard to
come by).

You can try using a program called "decafe" to decompile your Java class (if
you have one) and see what this mysterious java app is doing (just google
"decafe and Java" - the free one doesn't allow you to print, but other than
that, it's pretty good).

Good luck.

Received on 2006-09-15