Since Flex has the browser do the connecting , the browser handles the keystore stuff , not Flex. I think.
Thanks for your answer. The question was not about plain https. I know we can access plain https using flex.
My question was about https + client authentication.
Typical https services, like the one used for login into your hotmail or gmail or your bank account uses https (ie ssl) without client authentication.
When you enable client authentication, generally a browser user is prompted to select a cert with which the end user is authenticated.
I am not familiar with flex, but I am aware that flex applications run within a VM inside the browser. This is analogous to java applets which also run inside a VM in the browser. When a java applet establishes a connection to the backend server it uses its own keystore and certstore instead of that of the browser. I am trying to figure out if the behavior for the flex (or swf) VM is the same as java VM or different.
Hi, we have a need to take a similar approach in our Flex application.
Is there someone from Adobe who can comment on whether this is possible in Flex and if it is provide some info on how this can be done.
Any luck with this? I am in the same situation and would like to use Client certificates from the browser level as well. Any clue?
If using WCF WebService, WSDL url should be, service.svc?wsdl for HTTP and service.svc/wsdl?wsdl for HTTPS
It worked in my case.