Hello Guys, I keep getting the error The request was aborted: Could not create SSL/TLS secure channel. when i try call the service. however it works fine when i call the service using soupUI. I am using C# downloaded code to test Visa Direct API.
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Did you find the solution for the above error. I am also facing the same issue where I am getting error saying "The request was aborted: Could not create SSL/TLS secure channel." I have tried all the options but no luck.
Its working fine with SOAP UI, but when I try with .NET its not working. Can you please help me on this issue.?
If you are using C# please make a p12 file using the commands from github
You can also refer to manual
The problem could be that you have made a wrong p12 certificate.
Thanks for your URLs, It worked like charm when I followed those instructions.
It was not working when I tried first time. Again I tried to generate with help of your URL's it worked. Thanks alot.
Due to some security issues, we are not able to upload the code on GitHub. VDP engineering team is workin on this but meanwhille, you can create a project on VDP and get the sample code from the Test Data of the project.
Please follow the steps in the “Get Started” link below to register and create a Visa Developer application.
This guide walks you through the key steps for application creation, credentials, and connection validation.
If you are ready after testing your App in sandbox, send us a production request and we will evaluate your Application and other credentials.
Let me know if you have any additional questions.