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loading http pages with webframe

AViñeta
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loading http pages with webframe

I am trying to load an internal http page with webframe, but it fails to load anything or show any error message.

When inspecting the frame it shows  the url in the iframe tag definition but it fails to load anything. Is there any way to load it?

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In the end i succeeded using nginx as a reverse proxy to load the page via https wiht the ssl certificate in the proxy instead of the page itself

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The article wasn't useful at all, but the other post gave me something to work with. Still no success though. I have commented all clickjack filters in the web.xml and the webframe widget still doesn't load anything, not even an error, same as before

@AViñeta

 

In your screen capture of the developer tools you have blacked out the URL. Have you tested this URL from your desktop and from the ThingWorx Server. Does it display as expected?  Are there proxy or firewall which need to be configured?
From the URL that is visible you are using HTTP vs HTTPS. Is that the proper protocol for your configuration?

Have you reviewed the other information in the Developers tools. There is a console which may be displaying an error message which assists in the resolution of the issue you have encountered.

AViñeta
9-Granite
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The page is indeed working in the browser, there is no proxy and the firewall is not blocking it. The page is an internal page which is not certified so it is using http. It is blacked out because it is an internal IP. There console says that it has been blocked and to serve it via https but I have been told that is not currently an option. The question is if I can bypass that requirement somehow

In the end i succeeded using nginx as a reverse proxy to load the page via https wiht the ssl certificate in the proxy instead of the page itself

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