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Certificate doesn't get signed

Hi all,

I'm facing the following problem:

In our PI 7.00 system we have an AS2 adapter installed. The customer requested a signed certificate for their AS2 server, in order to proved encryption to their messages.

In the key store I have created a key pair and signed the certificate request on http://service.sap.com/tcs as a J2EE certificate.

After importing the response, I see that only the private key gets updated with the issuer. The certificate doesn't change... See below:

PRIVATE KEY

[ creationDate ]: Mon Jun 09 16:48:06 CEST 2008

[ algorithm ]: RSA

[ format ]: PKCS#8

[ selfSigned ]:

[ DN ]: CN=test

[ issuerDN ]: CN=test

CERTIFICATE

[ creationDate ]: Mon Jun 09 16:48:06 CEST 2008

[ DN ]: CN=test

[ issuerDN ]: CN=test

After signing:

PRIVATE KEY

[ creationDate ]: Mon Jun 09 16:50:49 CEST 2008

[ algorithm ]: RSA

[ format ]: PKCS#8

[ signedWith ]:

[ DN ]: CN=test

[ issuerDN ]: CN=Server CA,OU=Server,O=SAP Trust Community,C=DE

CERTIFICATE

[ creationDate ]: Mon Jun 09 16:48:06 CEST 2008

[ DN ]: CN=test

[ issuerDN ]: CN=test

I have created the CSR response via the Visual Administrator, and apparently it is only possible to create a CSR request for the private key.

Am I doing something wrong?

Kind regards,

Mark

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2008 at 08:42 AM

    I finally managed to generate a signed certificate. I have exported the private key and imported it into an IIS. From there I was able to export the signed certificate.

    I assume there is a more convenient way to do this. If someone can provide this, that will be very helpfull.

    Kind regards,

    Mark

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