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cache server getcert http request issue

Hi,

We are using third party repository for documents archiving and storage. And we have separate application for connecting third party repository to the SAP.

We have installed content server and cache server on the system where SAP was installed.

Now we want to run getcert HTTP request from our application so that we will get the certificate from SAP cache server. What we need to do in order to achieve the same? Or in other words how we can make the connectivity between cache server and the third party repository?

We have verified the following URLs

http://10.224.1.37:1090/ContentServer/ContentServer.dll?serverInfo

http://10.224.1.37:1095/Cache/CSProxyCache.dll?serverInfo

(Where 10.224.1.37 is the IP address of the system where SAP is installed)

for content server and cache server respectively.

The URL for cache server was giving the correct server information but URL for content server is not at all showing any server information even after running for long time.

Could you please tell me step by step by procedure and configuration steps for running get cert request to cache server? We want to know how to send the getcert request to third party content management system from cache server.

We have given the following URL in http get functional module but we are getting a 400 bad request response

http://10.224.1.37:1095/Cache/CSProxyCache.dll?getcert&pversion=0046&conrep=RH

Where RH is pointing to the third party content server (through transaction oac0).

Thanks,

Ravi

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Mar 01, 2007 at 07:31 AM

    Hi All,

    I am also facing the same problem, Please help us out to solve this issue.

    Thanks in advance

    Regards

    Harshavardhan.G

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