Can you add more details such as errors that you see while connecting to the library.
So, You must have added the certs to the site(IIS) where UPK library hosted, right? Now, while connecting to the library location from client e.g https://<hostname>/ODSContent it throws a error. correct?
Attach the on screen error message .
Yes - you are correct. I'm using the client and trying to connect to the UPK application server. I first receive a message about the certificate:
When I click 'Yes' and try to connect to the library anyway, I get the following message:
We had upgraded the server from 11 to 12 and upgraded the oracle database in as well. I have confirmed that the application server can connect to the database server.
Thanks for any help you can offer!
To convert the Developer server from non-SSL to SSL:
1. Install and run the Developer server on a non-SSL web site.
2. Log in to the Developer and create a Profile, using the HTTP bound web site URL for the Library Location.
3. Exit the Developer.
4. Apply the certificate and HTTPS bindings to the web site on which the Developer server is installed.
5. Navigate to the installation location and open the Repository.WCF\Public\web.config file in the editor of your choice.
6. Locate the XML value for the node configuration/system.serviceModel/bindings/basicHttpBinding/binding. There should only be one "name" attribute.
7. Locate the “security” key located within the key and change the "mode" attribute from “None” or "TransportCredentialOnly" to "Transport".
8. Save the changes and close the web.config file.
9. Navigate to the installation location and open the Repository.WCF\web.config file in the editor of your choice.
10. Locate the XML value for the node configuration/system.serviceModel/bindings/customBinding/binding/upkHttpsTransport. There should only be one node with this name.
11. Rename the node from upkHttpsTransport to httpsTransport.
12. Save the changes and close the web.config file.
13. Log in to the Developer using the Profile with the original non-SSL Library Location. If the HTTP binding has been removed from the site, you can open the Profile as Disconnected.
14. On the Tools menu, choose Profiles.
15. If you are in the profile that is on the affected web site, click Exit Profile, then select the profile to modify and click Edit.
16. In the Profile wizard, edit the Library Location URL to point to the new SSL location.
17. Log in to the Developer and verify it works.
I am able to create a non-SSL connection on the Development Server and the test link works with an http address instead of https.
However, when I attempt to use the Developer (client) to connect to the Library, it cannot be found:
This seems to be the overall problem. Even when I can get the test page to appear with HTTPS, I cannot connect to the Library.
Per above screenshot it seems you are having issue with http url as well to connect to the library.. Issue is not specific to SSL.
Are you sure that 'ODSContent' is the correct website to be connected for a library connection? If yes, Make sure on IIS, 'ODSContent' website name given at the time of installation, note that it is case sensitive.
Open a SR with Support to address this issue. Attach odDev log to the SR as well. Location e.g C:\Users\<Username>\AppData\Local\UPDev8