[Fwd: [Product-Developers] PloneFlashUpload barfs on ssl]
natea at jazkarta.com
Wed Jan 21 16:28:34 UTC 2009
Reinout has closed out the PFU issue tracker on plone4artists.org and moved
all outstanding issues to plone.org. I wasn't aware that one could not
upload files using https, but I'm cc'ing Reinout van Rees, who is the
current maintainer of PFU, to hear if he has any thoughts on this issue.
On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 1:39 PM, Jon Stahl <jon at onenw.org> wrote:
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: [Product-Developers] PloneFlashUpload barfs on ssl
> Date: Tue, 20 Jan 2009 23:19:34 +1100
> From: Alan Milligan <alan at balclutha.org>
> To: product-developers at lists.plone.org
> Frustratingly the PloneFlashUpload issue tracker redirects to p4a. I don't
> know how many projects I'm expected to sign up to to actually log a ticket
> against something in the collective so I'm just going to post here.
> The aforementioned product, both version 1.1 and the new 1.2rc completely
> fail to post to https urls.
> They each work brilliantly in http postings, both directly to Zope and via
> Apache. However, no https uploads work. This is rather unfortunate,
> because unlike http, I cannot sniff the offending traffic.
> If someone who knows more about Flash (or PloneFlashUpload) than I can
> share any observations, that would be great. I am more than willing to post
> logs in excruciating detail to resolve this.
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