The exact same thing is happening to me right now, only that I'm working
with the "Concord" people, not with authorize... it says SSL is enabled when
I ask for the info.

The reason why you're not getting the values, is that cURL is telling PHP:
curl: (1) libcurl was built with SSL disabled, https: not supported!

You can see this if you have shell access, and type on command line: curl

I've tried all that I have found on the cURL mailing list history (make
distclean, ./configure --with-ssl=SSLPATH, make install)..etc..etc.. but
nothing works... Anyone has a solution?.

  Oscar F.-

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jonathan Rosenberg" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Saturday, July 27, 2002 1:50 PM
Subject: [PHP] CURL & SSL

> I am on a server that has CURL & OpenSSL enabled.  I assumed that this
> that I could do https: requests via CURL.  But for some reason, my
> to do this are not working.
> If I do a CURL http: request, everything works fine (i.e., I get the web
> page, as expected).  But if I use an https: request, no value is returned.
> Do I need to do something else to make https: requests work in CURL?
> Here's the code in question:
> $ch = curl_init("";);
> curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1);
> $result = curl_exec($ch);
> In this case, $result is the null string (if you try that URL in your
> browser, you will that some text is returned).  If I replace the curl_init
> with
> $ch = curl_init("";);
> I get the expected string in $result.
> Any thoughts?
> --
> JR
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