Ssl instalation bea 9.2.1

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SSL Certificate Instalation on BE 9.2.1

Table of Contents

Overview 3
Keytool Description 3
Generate private key/public certificate pair. 3
Import root CA into custom trust keystore 3
Importsigned certificate into custom identity keystore. 4
Configure SSL on the BEA Weblogic server. 6
Identity Keystore 6
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Trust Keystore: 7

Overview
This document describes how to installdigital certificates for server authentication SSL for BEA WebLogic environment and discusses how to:

Generate private keys.
Import server-site signed private keys into keystores.
Import signedcertificate into custom identity keystores.
Set up BEA WebLogic Console for SSL.
Keytool Description

Keytool is a key and certificate management utility. It enables users to administer their ownpublic/private key pairs and associated certificates for use in self-authentication (where the user authenticates himself/herself to other users/services) or data integrity and authentication services,using digital signatures. It also allows users to cache the public keys (in the form of certificates) of their communicating peers.

Generate private key/public certificate pair.
This command shouldbe executed in the command prompt:

Figure 1 - Command Line for Generating Key Certificate Pair

Once this command has been executed a file named support.jks will be created in the domain path.(For bizoodle purpose the path is D:\bizoodle\biz_domain)

Import root CA into custom trust keystore

This command should be executed in the command prompt:

Figure 2 - Command Line for ImportingKey Certificate Pair

Once this command has been executed a file named supporttrust.jks will be created in the domain path. (For bizoodle purpose the path is D:\bizoodle\biz_domain)
Import signedcertificate into custom identity keystore.
The certificate appy.eidverifier.net.cer should be opened with notepad and saved as supportcert.pem. See the picture below:

Figure 3 - Preparing File...
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