HTTPS and Browser Print


Hello,

 

I want to use Browser Print soft for and label print from my website.

 

I notices it works only when website is accessible with HTTP protocol.

If I use HTTPS, even BrowserPrint.getDefaultDevice fires an error.

 

I can see in BrowserPrint-1.0.4.min.js code that when this library is called from the website with "https://" url,

it tries to connect with https://localhost:9101/

But there is no SSL certificate on https://localhost:9101/ and I guess browser refuses connection.

 

Can you help me to configure SSL certificate for https://localhost:9101/ in Browser Print service?

 

Best regards,

 

Jakub

Anonymous (not verified)
Hi Jakub,The SSL certificate

Hi Jakub,

The SSL certificate is supposed to be installed automatically after you accept the EULA at installation.  From the user guide page 6:

If there was an issue with the initial installation and you did not see this, you can navigate to the following page to manually allow it locally. 

https://localhost:9101/ssl_support  

You can also try to uninstall and reinstall Browser Print. 

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Chris Gelowitz
The problem is, if our

The problem is, if our website that we are serving the Browser Print javascript from is already on https then Browser Print does not ask if we want to accept the certificate and therefore we can't communicate with the printer to send the ZPL command through to it using the selected_printer.send() function.

Is there an easy way to get around this without going through an intermediate http website?

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marcin janowicz
Hi there      is there any

Hi there     

is there any solution to browser print from web app - via https:// ?

explain:

if i have domain http://expample.com works fine but when i use domain with https://example.com - browser print does't work -

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Zane Ouimet
I too am looking for a

I too am looking for a solution for this

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Jayalakshmi Devaki
Issue regarding connection refused

In my case, Able to print the labels when connected to the printer from development server which is using http protocol.

But when tried to print from the server which is using https protocol, receiving the error
Failed to write to device: connection refused

Tried clearing chrome cache but still getting the same error.

Can't we connect to printer from server using https. If we can connect from https server then what are steps that need to be followed to make it work.

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