I need some help. I'm developing an Roku channel that interacts with our service. Our service uses a SSL socket where commands are issued and responses given. It is not HTTP based. I have it working when using roStreamSocket if SSL encryption is temporarily removed. Our product uses SSL (I just turned of for debugging purposes in a development environment) and I need to have roku support SSL of a TCP socket. I do not see how to get roStreamSocket to do this. If I could then this would be a simple solution and my problem solved.
I'm looking into roUrlTransfer but the problem is that this is web-based. It seems to create a connection, get a response and close. The protocol we uses is a bit more interactive in that once the connection is made commands are issues. responses given, more commands, more responses.
1. Is there a way to get roStreamSocket to support SSL (or is their a SSL equivalent)? 2. Is there a way to get roUrlTansfer to not put web-commands and to allow a bit more interaction?
Thanks, hopefully a good answer will come soon. We made so much progress and hit this wall.