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Promotion Management WSDLs failed to update. Need to add certificate to the keystore used by SAPJVM

Hello,

I have 2 environments. Both are 4.2 SP3 Patch 4. One is http (server1) and the other is https (server2). For HTTPS, I have a Java keystore created, with valid certificates installed in the Tomcat server.xml and both BI/CMC render fine. I also added the 2 parameters: -Djavax.net.ssl.trustStore=keystoreFile
-Djavax.net.ssl.trustStorePassword=<Password>

to the Tomcat configuration for Web Services as well as enabled https 443 in the dswsbobje axis2.xml and BusinessProcessBI axis2.xml files.

I am trying to promote from the http server to https server using Promotion Management. I have configured QaaWS overrides and those took just fine. with the destination using the new https://server2/dswsbobje url. However, when I try to promote, each QaaWS object fails with the following error:

Resolution Status=Overwritten, Dependency Status=All the required dependencies are included., Commit Status=Commit attempted and failed., Promotion Status=Failure : Object promoted. Update failed. Error: Object promoted. WSDLs failed to update. Need to add certificate to the keystore used by SAPJVM


I tried to add the trustStore parameters to the AJS and PromotionManagement APS similar to when you add the Kerberos settings to them for Windows AD thinking it was looking for the keystore to validate, but that had no effect.

The error itself looks to be backwards like I need a certificate from the SAPJVM added to the Keystore. But not sure what that would be.

Has anyone run into this before?

Thanks,
Nathan

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  • Dec 05, 2017 at 03:51 PM

    Hi Nathan,

    Please try this:

    2574562 - Promotion management failure: Object promoted. Update failed. Error: Object promoted. WSDLs failed to update. Need to add certificate to the keystore used by SAPJVM

    Regards,
    Mirko

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