1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 27, 2007 2:10 PM by nummsa

    cfajaxproxy using SSL

    nm1m
      Background:
      Using cfajaxproxy to call a cfc function on the server.

      Question:
      Is there any way to encode the javascript communication with the server using SSL?

      Hope that question made sense. If not, please let me know.

      Thanks,

      -Neil
        • 1. Re: cfajaxproxy using SSL
          nummsa
          Considering that "AJAX" as it is supported in all the major browsers is the most stringent when it comes to security, You're cfajaxproxy essentially will use the same exact protocol, domain and port combination as where the .CFM file is originally served from. That means if your client views the site from https://somehost.com/ the ajax proxy will essentially point to that same location. This means that you're AJAX messages will be sent via SSL.