Will this work for SSL sites?

I have servlets that produce images (graphs) and I'm try to include them in
the generated PDFs.  I wasn't sure that you could use relative path for
"src" attribute?  Since I wasn't able to get it working, I needed to create
a separate site in order to use absolute path to servlets (example:
http://localhost/Pie, where Pie is the graph producing servlet)  Obviously,
I would like to use relative so users do not see pop-up message about "not
secure"

Is anyone using FOP in SSL enabled sites with external-graphic that are not
static filebased?

Todd


-----Original Message-----
From: Max Froumentin [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Monday, December 03, 2001 10:26 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: fo:external-graphic question


You wrote:

> If you want a relative URI, why not just use a relative URI?  I.e.,
>
src="config/isappdev/applications/RVWebApp1/WEB-INF/lib/ClinTrialLogoGreenBi
g.gif"?
> Then the current protocol, host, and directory will be used as the base
URI
> and the relative URI interpreted relative to that.

And of course this should ideally be

src="url(config/isappdev...)"

Max.


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