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Secured Sybase Web Service with outside certificate authority

Hello,

I would like to use Secured Sybase Web Service with outside certificate authority, like Symantec. Could you let me know how I can create CSR for sending to Symantec? What other steps do I need to do?

Thanks,

Sudarat.

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    Oct 08, 2014 at 02:05 PM

    Sudarat,

           How you get a signed certificate is something that is defined/managed by the certificate authority and has nothing to do with SQL Anywhere.  Once you have the certificate, you can provide it to the database server and use it.

    If I have misunderstood your question, can you please clarify?

    --Jason

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      Thanks all for more information.

      Hi Jeff,

      >> In the case of a third-party Certificate Authority (CA), you create a signing request

      How do my customers create a signing request for Sybase Web Service (to send to third-party CA) if they do not use CreateCert? As for my test, I also need the private key combine with a signed CA from third-party. I have also tried to use the signed CA that I created a signing request from IIS and it won't work with Sybase Web Service.

      Would it be possible to let me know steps by steps? I still have problem about my login ID to not be able to see KB in Support Portal which I have already contacted my local partner.

      Thanks,

      Sudarat.