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CMS-XML DimCM: SSL: How to enable SSL for Dimensions CM with SBM SSO Server with your own CA Certificate
The attached document will cover the usage of a signed certificate (pfx or p12 file format) from a Certificate Authority (CA) and how to convert it with openssl into a format that we can then ultimately import into a keystore for Tomcat to use, how to create a new cacerts for non-browser clients, etc., importing the SSL Certificate into SBM Configurator for SSO, exporting and importing the SBM SSL Certificates, etc.
CMS-XML SBM 10.1 - 10.1.1.3: How to generate new signed certificate trust keys for SBM and copy them to additional servers as needed (Generating SSO certificates)
This problem applies regardless whether you have enabled SSO or not. If you never generated your own SSO Trust keys in SBM Configurator and then updated all your SBM servers by exporting/ importing a configuration snapshot file, this problem will affect your system.
CMS-XML DimCM: SSL: How to enable SSL for Dimensions CM Server with your own CA Certificate
The attached document will cover the usage of a signed certificate (pfx or p12 file format) from a Certificate Authority (CA) and how to convert it with openssl into a format that we can then ultimately import into a keystore for Tomcat to use and how to create a cacerts file for the non-browser clients, etc.
MS-WORD SSL Certificate with own CA Certificate with SBM SSO Server.docx
This document will cover the usage of a signed certificate (pfx or p12 file format) from a Certificate Authority (CA) and how to convert it with openssl into a format that we can then ultimately import into a keystore for Tomcat to use, how to create a new cacerts for non-browser clients, etc., importing the SSL Certificate into SBM Configurator for SSO, exporting and importing the SBM SSL Certificates, etc.
CMS-XML DimCM: SSL: How to replace your Dimensions CM SSL Certificate which is due to expire with a new CA Certificate
converting it with openssl into a pem format. Creating a new pkcs#12 file so that we can import into the keystore for Tomcat. Creating and/or modifying the $DM_ROOT\cm\dfs\cacerts.pem file for the non-browser clients, etc.
CMS-XML Dim10: keytool error: java.lang.Exception: Input not an X.509 certificate
Use the following syntax while performing the import function: keytool -import -trustcacerts -alias (alias name) -file (name of certificate file) -keypass (key password) -keystore ( keystore name) -storepass (keystore password) Symptoms:
CMS-XML DimCM: SSL: How to enable SSL for use with Dimensions CM
This solution document, S143221 , will cover the usage of a signed certificate (pfx or p12 file format) from a Certificate Authority (CA) and how to convert it with openssl into a format that we can then ultimately import into a keystore for Tomcat to use, how to create a new cacerts for non-browser clients, etc. It also includes directions for importing the SSL Certificate into SBM Configurator for SSO, exporting and importing the SBM SSL Certificates , etc.
CMS-XML How to create and update the SSO STS certificate in Dimensions CM
import certificate from “C:\Temp\sts.pem” file into “truststore.jks” by using the following command, enter the password "changeit" when prompted, answer yes when prompted as to whether to trust the certificate keytool -import -keystore "C:\Program Files\Serena\Dimensions 12.2\Common Tools\tomcat\6.0\alfssogatekeeper\conf\truststore.jks" -file "C:\temp\sts.pem" -alias sts
CMS-XML Dim2009R2: SSO CAC: Invalid User Name or Password or ACL7700119E Cannot confirm certificate authenticity
This command will need to be repeated for each of your certificates. 3. Once the file(s) have been imported , verify the keystore file again using the following command: keytool -list -keystore Path\KeystoreFile
CMS-XML Expiring Certificate for Dimensions CM on 13 June 2015 if you are using Dimensions CM SSO Server with CAC or SmartCard enabled
Valid from: Mon Jun 14 12:22:32 PDT 2010 until: Sat Jun 13 12:22:32 PDT 2015 Please go to Knowledgebase Solution S141178 for details on how to generate a new certificate and import into the existing keystores.
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