It appears that a browser request also fails, implying that the problem is on the server. Can anyone else confirm that? Im at the airport over a flaky wireless proxy. > Hi Hank, > > I agree with Jeff, looks like a problem in the underlying netCDF-Java > library. I'm not sure if the problem is how we deal with the HTTPS itself or > that your certificate is self-signed. > > We will dig into it. We're a bit swamped this week so it may take a few days > to get back to you. > > Ethan > > Jeff McWhirter wrote: > > Hank Fisher wrote: > > > but I am using his IDV plugin, which enables the initial handshake with > > > the https server. We still have the problem with -1 as the port value. > > > > > > > The -1 shown in the error message is a red herring. The problem is that it > > looks like the opendap reading code on the client isn't handling https. > > > > I am switching this ticket over to the java/netcdf folks. > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: ZTB-960075 Department: Support netCDF Java Priority: Urgent Status: Open
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