nImageID = MyImaging.CreateGdPictureImageFromHTTP(ServerName, "images/a.jpg", 443);
MyImaging.CreateGdPictureImageFromHTTP("https://ServerName/images/a.jpg", "", "");
MyGdViewer.DisplayFromHTTP_2("https://ServerName/images/a.jpg", "", "");
MyGdViewer.DisplayFromHTTP(ServerName, "images/a.jpg", 443);
GdPictureImaging oGdPictureImaging = new GdPictureImaging();
int nImageID = oGdPictureImaging.CreateGdPictureImageFromHTTP(ServerName, "/images/a.jpg", 443);
GdPictureStatus status = oGdPictureImaging.GetStat();
All method return InternetHttpOpenRequestError, please help me, btw, I'm still waiting for your minor release to fix thumbnail issue.
You can subsequently use the GetLastTransferError() to diagnose the error.
If the problem still persists, using latest GdPicture.NET build, you can create a ticket to the helpdesk plateform by providing the https address and the needed credentials for us to reproduce the problem.
With best regards,
the transfer error is "The underlying connection was closed: Could not establish trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel. (0)", I think your axtiveX has to use the context of IE, why I got this error?
I already tried with a few simple vb6 codes using MSXML2.XMLHTTP, very easy to get the content of image, maybe this is the way you did for version 5.
BTW, a few days ago I had a problem when I set windows authentication in IIS, your activeX doesn't use IE context so GDPicture couldn't load image from http (not https), I had to do work around by setting no authentication for images folder only, and now I got problem with https, I think the problem is that your activeX doesn't use IE context, right?
Unfortunately I can't do anything else without being able to reproduce and trace the issue. You should create a ticket on the helpdesk as I told in my previous reply.
Thank you for your comprehension.
With best regards,
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