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Problems while switching to HTTPS - mixing unsecure connections to resources.

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Marek Matej
on 5/18/15, 8:00 AM 1,034 views

Hi all,

I recently switched our odoo site to HTTPS and it works fine.

But there is one issue which I cannot handle yet. For login page and all internal pages after I login, the identity is valid. For all public pages the situation remains the same. In certain pages http is mixing with https.

Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!


EDIT:

there is a problem with resources (images) which are loaded using non secure connection.

So the question now is how to force odoo to use https on that resources too.

EDIT2:
Ok, If I alter Settings -> Parameters -> System parameters   web.base.url to "https://"  save it and then log out-in again, the web.base.url is back to "http://". 


EDIT3:

I found a "solution" for this. I edit website and did a select/save for each picture which was loaded through insecure connection.
The affected pictures was used in slider component of website module. Note that only 4 images was affected by this.

I think this should be fixed in the slider component.

Thanks for sharing, I have to deal with SSL the next days.

Ermin Trevisan
on 5/19/15, 12:55 AM
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Ermin Trevisan
On 6/2/15, 8:53 AM

If you have set up a website before you installed SSL, you have to check the complete site and edit it in order to get rid of mixed contents. Webdeveloper Tools show the insecure contents.

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