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Thread EWB-Apache-ElevateDB
Thu, May 30 2013 3:47 PMPermanent Link

Alvaro

Tim:
STunnel works Ok.
I did a basic setup for testing and that is working. -
From the client side, one must accept the secure connection and certificate.
With minimal changes to the sources of EWB (http ---> https) in the Request, is sufficient.
In the Connection parameters to ElevateDB server, do not change anything.
Thank you!!!
Alvaro
Fri, May 31 2013 3:43 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

Elevate Software, Inc.

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Alvaro,

<< STunnel works Ok. I did a basic setup for testing and that is working. -
From the client side, one must accept the secure connection and certificate.
With minimal changes to the sources of EWB (http ---> https) in the Request,
is sufficient. In the Connection parameters to ElevateDB server, do not
change anything. >>

Yes, I just tried it today also with our existing www.elevatesoft.com web
server (still not EWB Web Server, but will be soon), and it works great.  It
only took me about 10 minutes to set up.  The hardest part is converting the
SSL certificate over from PFX to PEM format, and that can be done with this
command:

<stunnel_dir>openssl pkcs12 -in <cert_name>.pfx -out <cert_name>.pem -nodes

That is from a .pfx that was exported from the Windows certificate store
after being requested/installed.

Also, one thing I forgot to mention is that the new TEWBDatabaseAdapter and
TEWBDataSetAdapter components in 1.02 will effectively allow one to bypass
using the EWB Web Server and use another Delphi web back-end if so desired.
These components handle all of the JSON, so you don't need to do much else
for dataset handling (there's an example module that shows how to use them).

If you have any other questions, please let me know.

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
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