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Well, I would expect a little more help than that. You did not mention who the company is but I would Google "coldfusion [company] API" and see if anything comes up. If they are a company with any market share you should be able to find something.
Otherwise there are other alternatives if you cannot get it working. ;-)
Hope this helps. Good luck.
The company is called TouchNet a payment gateway company for Higher Ed institutions. We are a partner of theres. The issue is that they have never interfaced with a CF application.. This is what I got from them today:
If you have a ColdFusion java interface we’d suggest looking at how to provide one or both of these interfaces:
and provide those to the javax.net.ssl.SSLContext.init() function; then you can use that SSLContext and call getInstance("SSL") to get a socket.
As far as I understand, they want you to include the client certificate header to HTTP request when you call their Web-serice.
Unfortunately, CFINVOKE doesn't support client certificates. However, CFHHTP (CF8) - does. So, you can use CFHTTP instead of CFINVOKE, but you need to create a proper HTTP request body yourself. Usually, vendors provide examples of properly formatted SOAP messages, which is just a text, where you can insert your data. Or look at their WSDL document and create this by yourself.
Thanks.. I am going to ask the vendor if they can get me more info on how to format the HTTP call and SOAP message, etc. I will post any new info I find out from them.
Mr Black.. I did get a reply from the vendor, but it is quite involved.. Is there anyway I can talk to you offline? Via email?
>Is there anyway I can talk to you offline? Via email?
Yes, if you post your email.