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SOAP HTTPS Connection. - SSL handshake exception /certificates errors.


Experts,

I am working on PI 7.3 Dual Stack and SOAP Sender Interface.

SOAP Sender Channel to SAP - PI to Proxy [ Asynchronous Interface ]

I have shared PI Sender Webservice with Third Party Vendor.

Third Party Vendor is going to communicate with PI over HTTPS.

But When Vendor is sending data to PI . They are receiving some handshake/certificates errors.

1. We have added Vendor IP address in PI - Firewall.

So I think now vendor need to add PI Certificates - So my Question is how do i generate PI Certificates from PI NWA ??

Vendor told me that certificate needs to be only X.509 Type Certificate and

Private Key should be in .pfx or .p12 extension.

Public Certificate should be in .cer or .der extension.

So My questions are :-

1. PI will share which type of certificate - Public or Private ?

2. If it is Public - Then how do i generate X.509 Type Certificate in .cer or .der extension?

3. If it is Private - Then how do i generate X.509 Type Certificate in .pfx or .p12 extension?

Regards

Prabhat Sharma

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  • Posted on Jan 04, 2014 at 06:13 PM

    Hi Prabhat,

    1. PI will share which type of certificate - Public or Private ?

    --> PI will share the public key certificate.

    2. If it is Public - Then how do i generate X.509 Type Certificate in .cer or .der extension?

    3. If it is Private - Then how do i generate X.509 Type Certificate in .pfx or .p12 extension?

    Please check the below blogs for your question 2 and 3

    SOAP Sender - HTTPS Certificate Based Authentication

    Sender SOAP Adapter: HTTPS with Client Authentication

    regards,

    Harish

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