Normally, a TLS client verifies the server’s certificate. It’s also possible for the server to require a signed certificate from the client. These are called Client Certificates. This ensures that not only the client can trust the server, but that the server can also trusts the client.
so i made a server in b4j with jServer (see #3)
it get a request and it send a list with userdefined type as bytes as response.
that works fine if me test this from browser.
now i try to make a b4j app that make this get request vis https:// + username & password
but i get a error here :(...
how to make this example b4j network here work with ssl?
i set the server into listen after a button click.
if me click connect from "client" the server show a connect but the client stay in status...
I have a b4j websocket server certainly reachable from outside my network (I mean that I don't have problems with ports, firewalls, ...).
I created the keystore as decribed in this tutorial (more precisely as described in wiki.eclipse... linked in that tutorial) and I get that error message...
My first client project in B4A! Only had 7 days to complete the project, starting from scratch, meaning setting up all the firebase, admob and google play console accounts.
Completed everything in 5 days, thanks to B4A!
Feedback would be greatly appreciated...