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Can I pass https:// credentials in a URL string?

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Can I pass https:// credentials in a URL string? I am not familar with this side of setting up servers, URL strings, etc...

Yep, seems counterintuitive - but it is server-server...

You can kind of ignore these details if you are not familar with this - I am using TileCache, part of OpenLayers, and want to get some data off a WMS Server that I have set up using MapServer, locally...

The TileCache configuration lines would be like this


Running this I see a HTTP Error 401: Access Denied when I troubleshoot...

My question is, can I build a URL something like below? What is the syntax?

url= ord&transparent=true?

Thanks in advance! Cheers!
Jun 9 '08 #1
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Depending on the server side language you use you can pass details like that. however that question is more suited to the serverside forums. so which ever serverside language you use you should ask there!

but to get you started

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  1. $_GET["qsName"]
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  1. request.QueryString["qsName"]
Jun 17 '08 #2

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