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    After installation there is the message:
    Fatal error: Uncaught Symfony\Component\Debug\Exception\UndefinedFunctionException: Attempted to call function “openssl_cipher_iv_length” from namespace “ass\XmlSecurity\Key”. in C:\wamp64\www\oro\orocommerce\vendor\ass\xmlsecurity\src\ass\XmlSecurity\Key\Block.php on line 157

    I followed the installation guide with the composer and git. All of them generated the same fault. Which way should I go to find the source of the problem?

    Thanks any help!

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    Andrey Yatsenko
    Andrey Yatsenko

    Hi Juandres,

    Please check system requirements.
    You must enable openssl php extension for proper work.


    Thanks Andrey Yatsenko

    The openssl php extension is enable in php.ini (extension=openssl)

    But in php_info() I have this:

    Phar: PHP Archive support enabled
    Phar EXT version 2.0.2
    Phar API version 1.1.1
    SVN revision $Id: f1155e62742ca367e521a3e412667d8ee34eead9 $
    Phar-based phar archives enabled
    Tar-based phar archives enabled
    ZIP-based phar archives enabled
    gzip compression enabled
    bzip2 compression enabled
    OpenSSL support disabled (install ext/openssl)

    I use wamp 3.1.4: php 7.2.16 and apache 2.4.16.

    I appreciate if you have any search reference. I’ll keep trying.

    Andrey Yatsenko
    Andrey Yatsenko

    Wamp usually comes with openssl included, this is strange.
    in php_info output you can find the loaded php.ini files, it is possible that you have multiple files and enabled an extension in the wrong one.

    Also, configuration for php-fpm and php-cli can be different, so make sure openssl is enabled for php-cli as well. you can find loaded php.ini file by running from CLIphp --ini
    to check that openssl is loaded in CLI, you can run php -m | grep openssl it should output openssl

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