Rails with SSL problem

Hi,

I have Rails with ssl_requirement plugin running on red hat with
apache and passenger.
I got a commercial SSL certificate through godaddy.

I followed the SSL requirement doc and added "include SslRequirement "
in application controller and ssl_required and ssl_allowed in the page
controller.

The web app worked with http. But for pages that required access
through https, I got the following error:
Not Found
The requested URL /yanrails/pages/resources was not found on this
server.

If I changed back of not requesting access through https, that page
will work fine.

So it may be some Rails config problem or apahe config problem?
I am looking for suggestions. Quite a few people had the same problem,
but nobody really provided a useful solution. (Or I cannot find one)
Can anyone suggest anything?

Thanks,

Check out following links, these might help you

http://www.buildingwebapps.com/articles/6401-using-ssl-in-rails-applications

http://www.ornl.gov/~jar/Apache/SSL_in_Apache_2.html

kitty00 wrote:

Thanks.
I did follow the first article to set it up and I had this problem.
The second one is for Suse. But from its example, I did those similar
n red hat.

In your resourceful routes, did you add the following?

:requirements => {:protocol => ‘https’}

Thanks.
I did follow the first article to set it up and I had this problem.
The second one is for Suse. But from its example, I did those similar
n red hat.

Ok.
I added map.resources :requirements => {:protocol => ‘https’}
at the bottom of routes.rb before end.
restarted apache. I am still getting the same error.

Basically, I am trying to implement https for the entire site.
Is there any other way to do this instead of using SSL?

thanks!

No.
Could you help me , what and where is supposed to add (the full line
of code) into the routes.rb(I guess)?
I am still new to ruby.
Thank you!

Were you ever able to find a solution for your issue? I am having the
same issue at you http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/goto_post/979136

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