[HCoop-Help] Serving SSL webpages

Michael Shynar shmichael at gmail.com
Fri Jan 1 15:00:47 EST 2010

Thanks for the answer.

If I understand correctly, the solution would be to replicate the web
directive and add the 'SSL =' statement to the copy. This indeed works. If
there is a more elegant way, I'd be happy to know.

I've added this<http://wiki.hcoop.net/DomTool/Examples#Allowingnon-secure.26secureconnectionwithsamebehaviour>to
the DomTool examples page.


On Fri, Jan 1, 2010 at 9:11 PM, Adam Chlipala <adamc at hcoop.net> wrote:

> Michael Shynar wrote:
> > I am trying to allow secure alongside non-secure access to my website.
> > (http[s]://shmichael.com <http://shmichael.com>)
> > However, following the examples, it seems that adding the 'SSL =
> > use_cert "/home/me/mycert.pem"' statement causes the non-secure
> > http://shmichael.com to direct to the HCOOP front page.
> > I've tried reading through DomTool manuals but I find it hard to
> > understand the exact consequences of this statement.
> You need to define separate virtual hosts for the SSL and non-SSL
> versions.  If you had a single non-SSL vhost and just added an SSL
> setting for it, then you will no longer have a non-SSL host.
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