Android Question Webview SSL server using self-signed openssl

Jim Wang

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Hi,

Is it possible to use self-signed SSL on the server side, and can still be viewed in WebView in B4A apps.
like https://192.168.0.100:443 (which runs my server app using self-signed SSL certificates)
When using the browser, the phone ask for confirmation for security. But when placed inside WebView, it shows nothing blank.

Thanks,

Jim

P.S. I also bought B4i months ago, haven't try it yet, would have the same issue.
 

Erel

B4X founder
Staff member
Licensed User
If you don't plan to publish your app to Google Play then you can use a version of WebView that ignores ssl errors. Search for: WebView onReceivedSslError


Second option is to modify OkHttpUtils2 and change hc.Initialize to hc.InitializeAcceptAll (HttpUtils2Service).
This will allow you to download the html and then you can show it with WebView.LoadHtml.
 
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