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Jul 18, 2018 at 03:01 PM

Switching to HTTPS calling maps.googleapis.com

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Hi all,

i'm switching from the HTTP call of Google API

HTTP://MAPS.GOOGLEAPIS.COM/MAPS/API/DISTANCEMATRIX/XML?ORIGINS=<ORIGIN>&DESTINATIONS=<DESTINATION>

to the suggested HTTPS one, with the businness key's implementation

HTTPS://MAPS.GOOGLEAPIS.COM/MAPS/API/DISTANCEMATRIX/XML?KEY=<KEY>&ORIGINS=<ORIGIN>&DESTINATIONS=<DESTINATION>

In order to do so, i downloaded the SSL Certificate from maps.googleapis.com

Added it in STRUST

Restarted the SMICM and created an HTTP connection in SM59

And of course i got error when i call the it, the (in)famous ICM_HTTP_SSL_ERROR.

Checking the trace, it seems the certificate is not valid!

i did the same procedure for other HTTPS connections

And they work, so i'm pretty sure i didn't miss any step

I also tried to create the client via URL but i got the same problem about untrusted certificate.

Did anyone already faced this issue?

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