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/customer/account/ PROBLEM IN ver. 0.6.13160 (both in Linux and Windows)
 
TheYesMan
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ver. 0.6.13160

I just installed Magento.
In the home page I have these links:
Welcome to the Magento Demo Store! My Account | Log In

If I click to any of both, I go to :
http://foo.bar/customer/account/

I get a a browser error: cannot display the webpage

Anyway, I can access to shopping cart, control panel. etc.  so, mod_rewrite is working.

Any Idea ?

 
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Moshe
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@TheYesMan: “cannot display the webpage” is the exact error text you get? Is it a browser connection error or server error text?

 
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TheYesMan
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Explorer 7.0
Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage

In Mozilla I get a pop up alert:
http://foo.bar as sent an incorrect or unexpected message. Error Code: -12263

 
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TheYesMan
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The Mozilla error indicates this:

Error :-12263

SSL_ERROR_RX_RECORD_TOO_LONG
“SSL received a record that exceeded the maximum permissible length.”
This generally indicates that the remote peer system has a flawed implementation of SSL, and is violating the SSL specification.

Seems that the problem is about the secure protocol.
I’m running on plesk with http and https in same folder.

Any Idea?

 
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Moshe
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Mmmmm… It’s a first report of this error, so can’t say much about it.

Can you see any pages with https on your server?
Could you create some regular .html file and try accessing it through https?

 
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TheYesMan
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Ok. I changed record 908 in mysql table core_config_data,
column:value

changed from https to http

This corrected the Issue.

Now my question is :

Do I need to have a verified SSL Certificate in order to use https in Magento ?
How can I change the that value via Control Panel. Is there a way to do that ?

Thanks.

 
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TheYesMan - To serve pages over HTTPS you need to have an SSL certificate installed on your host. This has nothing to do with Magento.

I hope this helps

Thanks

yoav

 
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TheYesMan
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Well, Actually Plesk comes with a default certificate (not verified). So, I guess that is causing the problem.

 
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@TheYesMan: I assume by “not verified” that you mean the SSL certificate has been signed by Plesk (i.e. self-signed) rather than being signed by a certificate authority known to the browsers.

This will not matter to Magento and should not matter to your server in general. The difference between signed and self-signed SSL certificates is only relevant to the browser (the browser will notify the user that the certificate’s issuing authority is not recognised).

It sounds like your server’s SSL setup is not configured correctly and that the issue is nothing to do with Magento.

Try creating a standard .html file and see if you can access it via https as Moshe suggested - I expect this to confirm that the server configuration is not correct.

 
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