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Import Certificate in Connector Server

Question asked by NishantG on Sep 10, 2018
Latest reply on Sep 14, 2018 by Satbeer

Hi All,

 

I am not able to import certificates in connector server. Initially, i thought it might be because of wrong keystore password. So, i performed the following steps to reset the keystore password.

 

1. Stop CA IAM CS.
2. Open a command prompt, then change to the following directory:
cs_home/jcs/tools/ldaps_password
3. Use the following command to update the password of the keystore for the server:
ldaps_password new-password
4. This command updates the encrypted commonConfiguration.keystorePassword value in server_shared.properties.
5. Use the following command to update the password of the keystore for the client:
ldaps_password new-password connectorManager.connectorClientCertStorePassword ../conf/override/server_jcs.properties
6. Restart CA IAM CS.

 

Even after changing keystore password, i am not able to add the certificate using Connector Server management console. I performed following steps to add certificate.

1. Log in to CA IAM CS Management Console.

2. At the top, click the Certificates tab.

3. Click on Add. Enter following details.

  • Certificate -- Enter the path to the certificate file
  • Alias -- Enter an alias for storing the certificate

4. Add a keystore:

  • Certificate -- Enter the path to the keystore file
  • Alias -- Enter an alias for storing the certificate. This alias also identifies the certificate in that keystore.
  • Keystore Password -- Enter the password of the keystore

 

Does my endpoint will automatically picks up the certificate that i imported in Keystore. I don't see any configuration in endpoint where i can specify which certificate it should use.

 

Note: I am trying to import SAP certificate in connector server and configure SSL for my SAP endpoint.

 

Please advise.

 

Regards,

Nishant

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