I upgraded a site from 12.x to 15.1, and attempted to use the post to the shoutbox while also posting to twitter, and I got this error message shown in the module:
Failed to execute "shoutbox" module Unable to enable crypto on TCP connection api.twitter.com: make sure the "sslcafile" or "sslcapath" option are properly set for the environment.
I'll google for it, because I might be missing some system package for the communication (I upgraded to this current server after tiki12 was installed years ago, and didn't use the shoutbox + twitter for a looong while).
Ok, it seems the upgrade from Zend1 to Zend2 might have missed the definition of some new params needed by Twitter api which is used by the shoutbox feature in Tiki.
See this for more info:
The following changes where performed ( revision 59157 ):
- Added a preference to the tab "General Security" of "Security": "Verify HTTPS certificates of remote servers" with default of disabled (meaning that zend http client will have sslverifypeer = false)
- The default for creating a http client will be sslverifypeer = false (based on the preference)
- Added to the creation of the client a option to use "&" as a separator, instead of "&" that seams to be causing problems all over.
- When thru all Zend2 code calls that internally uses a http client (I hope) and injected the http client created using tikilib that picks up the preferences from the user.
Please try to test the code, and provide feedback if possible.
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