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SoapFault exception: [HTTP] SSL support is not available in this build in

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I have a webservice that runs from a secure website using SSL

It is getting the following error:

SoapFault exception: [HTTP] SSL support is not available in this build in C:\inetpub\vhosts\mydomain.com.au\httpdocs\velovita\Update_Product.class.php:24 Stack trace: #0 [internal function]: SoapClient->__doRequest('__soapCall('Product_UpdateI...', Array, Array) #2 C:\inetpub\vhosts\mydomain.com.au\httpdocs\velovita\update-BC-products.php(54): Update_Product->doUpdate(Array) #3 {main}[ok] bool(false)

Can any one please shed any light on this?
It is very urgent.
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Check your php.ini file to see if "OpenSSL support" is enabled
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by:lawso
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I have checked and the only reference is in CURL

curl
cURL support  enabled  
cURL Information  libcurl/7.20.0 OpenSSL/0.9.8k zlib/1.2.3  

Is this what I need?
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patsmitty earned 500 total points
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Here is what your php.inf file should contain:
phpinfo();What version of PHP are you running? If your php.inf does not contain the above parameters for OpenSSL Support, you may want to look into installing/reinstalling the latest PHP version.
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by:lawso
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I am not sure what happened but I restarted the entire server (Win2008 Server + Plesk) after uncommenting the open_ssl extension and it is not there
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What's not there? Did you get it running?
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by:lawso
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I uncommented extension=open_ssl.dll in a few php.ini files and rebooted the server.
Sorry I think I meant that it IS there.

It is all working perfectly now.

The problem is that I am none the wiser as which php.ini file was the right one to chage
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Gotcha, cool deal. Glad you got it rolling...
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