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david05

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Hi,

 

I am trying to configure my SSL pages. I am using a shared SSL, and I think I know the correct settings for the configure.php files but can someone please tell me what files I need to upload to the secure https server.

 

I read on another thread that you do NOT upload the entire osCommerce but only the files you need. So do I just upload the account.php and checkout_shipping.php files to the secure server?

 

Do I ned to do anything else?

 

David

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this is all up to your host settings, what did they say you need to do?

 

Chance would be a fine thing! anyone else had slow responses from streamline.net? :'( :angry:

 

Also, can anyone else who uses a shared SSL tell me what files they upload to their secure server? Thanks. :rolleyes:

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I'm trying the find the same answer, as I just setup a dedicated ssl and would like to know what files are needed in the private_html folder. My host is www.hostpcs.com if that helps :)

 

Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Thanks for the fast reply. I do have the oscommerce files in my public_html folder, but if someone clicks on a page that should be secure they get a 404 error. After I copied all the oscommerce files to both the public_html and private_html folders there is no error. I'm just trying to figure out which files are needed in the private_html folder without having to keep duplicates of everything.

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Thanks for the fast reply.  I do have the oscommerce files in my public_html folder, but if someone clicks on a page that should be secure they get a 404 error.  After I copied all the oscommerce files to both the public_html and private_html folders there is no error.  I'm just trying to figure out which files are needed in the private_html folder without having to keep duplicates of everything.

 

 

The problem is non standard naming conventions

 

I have never heard of private_html :D

 

Most hosts will set up server space for you with basic directory structures. In these you will normally find a directory (mostly) called public_html which is where your web pages are loaded.

 

You may want to question your host on what the private_html directoy is for - the name implies private stuff you don't necessarily want shown on the web - really like a store area.

 

Charles

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  • 2 years later...
Answered by PM.

 

Vger

Hi

 

I'm having the same issue where I have shared SSL using a different domain i.e. I cannot access it but just putting an s in front of the http. At the moment I have two copies of the site one on the non-SSL and the other on the SSL space but its a pain to maintain. Vger can you tell me what files I need on my SSL domain in order for my setup to work?

 

Thanks

 

Dave

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the folder should be same for both.

Only when url has https that SSL should get applied.

 

 

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