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Seeburger AS2 - message does not arrive when "Athentication required" is ON

Hi guys!

If somebody of you is using the Seeburger Adapter:

I have an inbound scenario and everything works fine. But when I set "Authentication Required" flag to be ON, messages are refused. This is strange, because incoming messages are signed.

Any ideas, what could be wrong? There are several settings for certificates and maybe I have some wrong setting.. Does anybody have experience with this?

Thank you, Peter

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 11:08 AM

    Just check the messages in Adapter engine and if message are found just resend it. And i think u can get the message to Seeburger ...

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      Sai, you probably don't have experience with Seeburger AS2, do you? It works in a special way - that's why I'm asking people, who have experience with this..

      But for clarification: My inbound Seeburger AS2 channel receives message scorrectly, but when I enable uthentication on it, AS2 messages are refused - so they are not in the AE, they are not in the IE.

      Peter

      p.s. I will not reward your answer, sorry 😊

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      Peter Jarunek

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 12:57 PM

    if you want to receive signed messages you must provide the sender's certificate in the Sender Agreement.

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    • Hi Peter,

      In the sender agreement in the security settings in the AS2 Sender Configuration there must be Authentication Certificate (like you have mentioned); there should be also in the AS2 Receiver Configuration Decription and Signing keys. As well in the receiver agreement in the security settings there should be in the AS2 Sender Configuration a Signing key (e.g.TRUSTED\Transora\Transora_260406) and in the AS2 Receiver Configuration Encryption Certificate and Authentication Certificate (e.g. I have both like TRUSTED\Transora\1SYNC_PreProd_20070524).

      Please check that you have filled these entries in the XI Integration Directory.

      Best regards,

      Lev

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