[postgis-users] How to connect to MapServer with an HTTPS protocol

Jeff McKenna jmckenna at gatewaygeomatics.com
Mon Sep 19 10:10:02 PDT 2022

Hi Mathias,

Since you are serving the WFS service through Windows, you can follow 
the detailed MS4W steps to serve through HTTPS on that Windows server : 

Once your MS4W instance is serving HTTPS, then you can guide your users 
to follow how to add your WFS HTTPS local layers through this guide: 

(note: as I maintain both guides, please let me know if there are any 
additions needed)



Thank-you for using MS4W.
"MS4W: open doors as well as windows"


On 2022-09-19 4:13 a.m., mathias cunault wrote:
> Using Mapserver 7.4, I render a WFS that is accessible with some regular 
> URL like "http://blabla.fr/cg-bin/mapserv.exe?MAP=.. 
> <http://blabla.fr/cg-bin/mapserv.exe?MAP=..>."
> A user wants to use this WFS in another application web that needs a 
> http*S* protocol.
> I am not familiar with internet protocols so I don't know where to start 
> : is it a Mapserver configuration or a server (windows server R12) 
> configuration to setup ?
> Thanks
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