How does emma deal with self signed/invalid ssl certificates for webhook urls?

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We are doing some integration testing of how our system is handling webhook events.

Our test environment does not have a legitimate ssl cert (cost issue). Will emma still follow through with the call to our registered webhook url with the illegitimate ssl cert?


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Hi again! Typically when I hear back from a developer, I reword their response to make it more palatable to the less tech-savvy among us (myself included). Here, I don’t want any of the message to be lost, so I’m copying and pasting. :)

We use the default setting for POSTs, and that will verify the certificate for SSL addresses. More info on this is hereYou either need a valid certificate, or your test environment needs to be available on port 80, which basically means it can be accessed via http instead of https. Probably not highly recommended, but it would get it working.

Let me know if you have any other questions!