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AddExtender("wwint34I.dll") tophandle=iBegin(0,"","") connecthandle=iHostConnect(tophandle, "commerce.windowware.com",@HTTPS,"", "") datahandle=iHttpInit(connecthandle, "GET", "/", "",0) rslt=iHttpOpen(datahandle, "" , 0, 0) xx=iReadData(datahandle, "C:\temp\abc.txt") iClose(datahandle) iClose(connecthandle) iClose(tophandle) Message("All","Done") exit
I found out in Microsoft Article ID: Q182888
that this error occurs when the client does not know about the certificate authority that issued the server certificate. I then looked at Certificate Authorities that we were installed in IE4 and it was empty. (FYI: There is a way to programmatically bypass that error using C code.)
My guess is the internal corporate IE install team possibly missed a step. See Article ID: Q196316
So it looks like a reinstall of Internet Explorer.
1 ignore invalid date on Https Security Certificate
2 ignore bad common name (CN) on Https Security Certificate
Article ID: W12595
Filename: Getting ERROR on iHttpOpen with HTTPS.txt
File Created: 2017:07:28:12:58:46
Last Updated: 2001:03:01:14:22:30