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SSL client authetication (HTTPSCA/CLIENT-CERT) and Oracle Integration B2B

671762 Member Posts: 33
edited Aug 6, 2009 8:58AM in Integration - B2B
Hi B2B gurus,

Could you please advise how to configure Oracle B2B to work in scenario with Client Authentication, when the Oracle B2B server acts as a client (HTTPSCA)?

I have found Technical Notes that describe how to enable the opposite but no trace of how to configure the above scenario?

Many thanks in advance.


  • Anuj Dwivedi--Oracle
    Anuj Dwivedi--Oracle Member Posts: 7,077 Employee
    edited Aug 6, 2009 8:58AM
    Hi kamil,

    Your question is not very clear. If I understood right, then you are talking about the scenario when Oracle B2B sends message to it's remote TP(outbound case) and Remote TP's server has client authentication enabled.

    If above is the case, then you just enable SSL at your B2B by following below link and rest would be done at the runtime -

    If you want to enable client authentication at your B2B server, then please refer SSL Client Authentication section of below doc -

    Note :- By default client authentication remains turned off.


    Edited by: Anuj Dwivedi, Infosys on Aug 6, 2009 6:27 PM
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