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I was trying to use Adobe Sign API to my system, but it says me that I need to insert https uris, but I would like to use an http one. Is there someway to do?
I believe that is happening because HTTP has been deprecated and the transport layers that used to be used in place to make it more secure are also deprecated.
While Micrososft has been announcing this since about almost 3 years ago, most web browser makers have been enforcing a deprecation and removal of TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 for example.
Is your website currently working with virtual hosts? Otherwise, I don't understand why you need to use HTTP.
Hello, Good Afternoon. Thanks for the feedback.
I would need to use HTTP because my job system is not HTTPS and we can't migrate it now.
But there isn't anyway to solve that?
This could also be an URI producing bug in the Adobe Sign application.
Adobe Acrobat Pro DC opens URI parameters correctly regardless if it is http or https.
The http request opens up fine in a web browser as https.
So, I am thinking if weblinkinh is something that Adobe Sign is not able to handle on its own at the plugin level.
I would say to contact Adobe customer care directly.