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First off you dont need to declare all of this:
charset="UTF-8" useragent="Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; .NET CLR 2.0.50727)
Is your XML valid? If you were to cfdump what you are posting, is it formatted correctly? Try using CFXML to create the xml data and them post that . Also try using CDATA to validate the data as well.
I know I don't need the charset, etc. That was added on the off chance that it would fix the problem. I have had problems with accessing the Yahoo Maps! service via cfhttp which were resolved by explicitly setting the charset. The XML is formatted properly -- it is being consumed by the remote service under BlueDragon with no problem. Further, the error I am getting isn't a parsing error from the remote server, the connection isn't working to begin with. The administrator on the remote server doesn't even see my connection attempts. Also, if I do the exact same thing with http:// instead of https://, it works. That is what initially made me think of the problem with the certificate registration.
Has anyone else seen this error when trying to connect via https when using CFHTTP?
Thanks in advance for the help.
-- Jim C.
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Have you tried something very simple to see if it's your code?
For example, try something like this...
<cfhttp url="https://banking.wellsfargo.com" method="GET" ></cfhttp>