Can you high level steps for the same to understand the doc clearly
I can't make it any more clearer than the blogs already do sorry.
You purchase a signing certificate from a trusted CA, then sign the jar files with it. Details for doing this have already been provided to you by ORA-01033 previously.
Thanks a lot. Will follow the same and update you status
I got 2 files from CA team.
one with file type : Security Certificate
one with file type : PKCS #7 Certificate
Please suggest which step I need to follow for import - Import your Certificate or PKCS #12 Certificates ?
I have 2 node app and 2 node CM.
In this case, do I need to perform the steps on all nodes?
Import same certificate on all node ?
Alias need keep same name on all nodes?
Please suggest how it will be on multi node
The format of the certificate is not important but the content of the file, ie what type of certificate it contains. Since you need it for signing, you need the one that contains a private key. Usually, PKCS #12 are used for transporting key pairs, ie both public and private keys so it is most likely that is is the one you need. Note that you need to sign your jar files using the private key.
First time I am doing this activity.
I got below two files.
cert-1 : file type : -> Security Certificate
cert-2 : file type : -> PKCS #7 Certificate
a) How I can identify the public and private keys?
b) Do I need to ask anything from certificate team for the keys?
c) How I can identify the certificates - root / jar signed / intermediate ?
d) Which file I need to rename to keystore.crt ?
Install the exact version of Java and Jintiator then only the pop up will closed.
exact version of Java and jinitiator?
Please suggest which version? I have installed jre 1.8.u140 at server level and the same is available at client level
You need to create a keystore and import your certificate into it. Once that is done, you can use the keystore to sign you jar files.
This link shows you references on how to create a keystore and import a PKCS#12 file into it:
Once you have imported your keys, then you can use the keystore that contains the keys to sign your jars. Follow this tutorial if in doubt:
still not clear on this.
And followed all steps till csr creation and submitted the csr to CA team and they provide below files
1- I got two files and not sure which one is root ?
2 - and which steps need to follow to import
Section 4: Import your Certificate(s) or PKCS #12 Certificates (*.pfx, *.p12), Comodo ?