|application is unverified||jerry hamby||10/2/12 1:38 PM|
I'm getting a message from an app that I'm building that says:
"The server that the application is connecting to is unverified"
|Re: [usergrid] application is unverified||Tim Anglade||10/2/12 1:43 PM|
Thanks for reporting this Jerry. I’m seeing this + redirect errors, all seem linked to our new SSL certificate. We’re investigating and update this thread as we know more.
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|Re: [usergrid] application is unverified||Tim Anglade||10/2/12 3:45 PM|
Hi there, we resolved the issue at around 2:30pm Pacific today.
When we deployed our new SSL certificate for App Services, our ops team forgot to include the intermediate certificate for our new CA (Thawthe). Many browsers and systems have this intermediary certificate preinstalled by default, including the testing systems we use to verify the deployment. We deployed the intermediary certificate in production around 2:30PM, which resolved the issue for all systems (including those who do not have the Thawthe intermediary certificate preinstalled). Our apologies for the disturbance.
|Re: [usergrid] application is unverified||jerry hamby||12/6/12 2:58 PM|
I'm still having problems connecting to api.usergrid.com at various wifi locations around town.
I get the trust this server page from the phone, but after pressing the trust button, none of my calls to Usergrid work.
My local library wifi uses GeoTrust, which is one of the ones that doesn't work.
|Re: [usergrid] application is unverified||Rod Simpson||12/6/12 4:33 PM|
Can you provide a bit more information for us? So you log onto a wifi hotspot, and then what are you trying to do? Are you able to use the Admin Portal? What about curl commands?
|Re: [usergrid] application is unverified||jerry hamby||12/6/12 5:30 PM|
I have a app on my Android phone I start up.
The first thing it does is send a login command so I can get a token.
This causes the phone to display a screen telling me the server (api.usergrid.com) is unverified and
displays a "trust this server" button. Pressing the button causes the screen to go away,
but my app is dead in the water at that point cause I didn't get the token.
This is mainly happening at different public wifi locations around town as I do testing.
3g and 4g connections work fine. I have connected at other private wifi connections and
most of them work with no problems.
I haven't tested Admin Portal or curl commands from these locations.
|Re: [usergrid] application is unverified||Rod Simpson||12/7/12 1:28 PM|
It would be interesting to see if you are able to use the admin portal from those locations.
In the meantime, I will talk to the team for ideas.
|Re: [usergrid] application is unverified||jerry hamby||12/7/12 4:41 PM|
This maybe my issue more than yours. This is what I'm seeing.
1- My phone have established wifi connections from previous visits to these affected locations.
On my first visit I logged in and use their wifi service, mainly through a browser.
2- Now when I go back, my phone is seeing a strong wifi signal, but I guess I'm not logged in.
3- So, when I start my app with a good wifi signal showing but not being logged into their network, this is when I get the unverified popup screen from the phone.
I've spent most of my time building this app in the comfort of my personal wifi, so moving the app out into the real word, is showing this serious UI use case. How do I programmatically handle this unique but common internet connection issue through a user UI?
The only thing I can think of, at the moment, is to start a timer. If I don't get the token within that time period, then I can display a screen stating they my have a internet or login issue. Maybe I could add a button for them to retry.
Open to any better ideas,
|Re: [usergrid] application is unverified||Rod Simpson||12/7/12 6:23 PM|
Jerry, using a timeout is a good way to handle a non-existent connection. If the timeout fires, give the user a message. Congrats on getting to the point where you are taking your app out into the real world!