Yes, you probably do.
However "it doesn't work" is a bit like ringing a mechanic and saying "I can't drive my car" and expecting him to fix it from that. You've not told him if it's not turning over, it's in a ditch, you've lost the keys, or it's been trashed by a horde of rampaging penguins.
WE need to know what you're trying to do, what documentation you've followed, and what you've done differently from those docs. And a look at the logs might be very helpful too.
Ok, that's still not a lot to go on, but if I'm guessing correctly
1. You have set up everything you want to use
2. You have got all the integrations you want to use running when you've got the applications running over http
3. Switching the applications to httpS stops the integrations from working?
Is that right? Is the pattern consistent - the integrations all fail as soon as one or both applications that are supposed to be talking move to https?
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