During installation the RESTfm report page may reference this page if cURL cannot verify the host's SSL certificate.
On development systems it is common to use self-signed SSL certificates. In this case the SSL checks may be disabled in
On production systems where the SSL certificate is valid (and verified by some other means such as a web browser) then it is probable that PHP's CA root certificates are out of date. There are two options to fix this problem.
Production Systems Option 1:
This option is only applicable where:
- RESTfm is installed on the same system as both FMS and the web server (single machine deployment).
- The SSL certificate has been verified by some other means (such as a web browser).
Then it is safe to disable the SSL checks in
Production Systems Option 2:
Manually update PHP's CA root certificates:
- Download the latest
cacert.pembundle from the cURL extracted CA certificates page
cacert.pemto the same folder that
- Add the following lines to
curl.cainfo="c:\Program Files\FileMaker Server\Web Publishing\publishing-engine\php\cacert.pem"
c:\Program Files\FileMaker Server\Web Publishing\publishing-engine\php\cacert.pem"
- Restart web service.