We have created a REST service in our application (hosted in pega cloud) which another external system is trying to connect to. The endpoint URL which was generated starts with https:// (https://applicationname.pegacloud.com:443/prweb/PRServlet/PackageName/CustomerClassName/Method). The issue is that the external system is not able to connect with this URL and they have some restrictions in updating host files or installing PRPC server certificates in their end. Is there any way we can create a REST service rule in our application that will have a http target URL instead of https so that we can give it to them and they connect with us without making any additional installation in their end? I have tried changing the target url by giving http:// only inplace of https:// but it is giving clientprotocol exception then. We are actually stuck in this point. Appreciate your expertise on this.
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"Use TLS/SSL (REST only)" option will only be available when 'Requires authentication' is checked and Authentication type is Basic. So if you are looking for http call, authentication may not be required here, Since you want to access the endpoint URL with http make sure you add http port number in your endpoint url like '8080' for tomcat server, 9080 for 'websphere' etc.