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CMS-XML How to install the SBM certificate into the ZMF Connector (ALM Connector) java keystore
This article goes through the steps to import a certificate into the Java Keystore ( cacerts ) file so JBoss can communicate via SSL / HTTPS to secure sites and URL's. You first need to acquire the public certificate or DER encoded binary X.509 (.CER) file to import. For more information on this see KB S139798
CMS-XML How to install a self signed certificate or Certificate Authority certificate into the SBM Java Keystore.
This article goes through the steps to import a certificate into the Java Keystore ( cacerts ) file so JBoss can communicate via SSL / HTTPS to secure sites and URL's. You first need to acquire the public certificate or DER encoded binary X.509 (.CER) file to import. For more information on this see KB S139798
CMS-XML How to install/import a certificate into Windows
To import the DER encoded certificate into Windows, follow these steps: From Windows, go to Start > Run and enter MMC.exe Go to File > Add or Remove Snap-ins.
CMS-XML Unable to log in or promote after installing SSM 3.5 after Sept. 11 2012 due to certificate expiration
Installing SSM 3.5 causes the issue described in S139077 .
CMS-XML Java Applet gives certificate revocation warning or fails to run after installing Java 7 Update 25 (or newer) on clients in a secured network
When Java 7 Update 25 (or newer) is installed on an end-user's PC in a secured network, meaning a network that cannot reach the Internet, attempts to run the web client for Dimensions CM or PVCS Version Manager may result in an warning similar to: If the Java Security Level has been set to Very High, instead of the message above users may get an error similar to: with the More Information button revealing:
CMS-XML How to install an SSL certificate into the RLC 5.x/RLM 4.x/ALM 3.x JRE keystore for Serena Common Tomcat
When Tomcat needs to communicate with other systems via SSL, the JRE used by the Serena Common Tomcat will need to have the root certificate installed . If you do not know which JRE is being used by Serena Common Tomcat, you can follow these steps:
CMS-XML The directions below are for installing a self signed certificate and connect to Application Engine running on an IIS Server with SSL enabled on the gsoap virtual folder.
To use a self signed certificate with Axis2 you will have to export the certificate from IIS. 1: Open Internet Information Services 2: Right click on the Web Site (Default Web Site) and select "Properties" on the popup menu.
CMS-XML ZMF4ECL 7.1.2.01 Update Site needs a certificate to allow automated installs.
When attempting to perform an automated ZMF4ECL plug-in install using the new Update Site install process, the script fails and issues the following error message in the .LOG: !ENTRY org.eclipse.equinox.p2.engine 8 0 2012-06-11 15:25:17.586
CMS-XML DIM10: Setting up Dimensions 10 on Windows to use LDAP over SSL (utilizing self-signed certificate)
1. First, user needs to create a self-signed certificate via OpenSSL utilities. If OpenSSL is missing, then user will need to download the RPM package and install it. Also, location of OpenSSL libraries and utilities may be different depending on the Linux OS, but file names are same.
CMS-XML KM-DIM2009R2: How to configure Tomcat to use SSL with a self-signed certificate
The section in the Administration guide on how to setup Tomcat to use SSL simply points to the online Tomcat documentation. Here is a quick guide on how to generate a self-signed certificate and how to setup Tomcat to use it.
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