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Converting P12 to PSE and uploading in STRUST on ABAP

Hi Team,

We need some help from the experts.

We have a p.12 certificate of our PI/XI system from the Java stack which we need to convert to PSE and upload to strust on the ABAP side.

We are trying with sapgenpse but unable to convert from p12 to pse but unable to do so.

Is there any possibility of converting p12 to PSE and upload in strust? If yes, what command should we use to generate the same via sapgenpse?



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  • Posted on Sep 29, 2009 at 02:26 PM

    Hi rajeet,

    The command line syntax for 'sapgenpse' is shown also by running:

    sapgenpse -h

    sapgenpse <actual command> -h

    For more into the error, please check:

    508307 Trust Manager: Problems importing certificate responses



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  • Posted on Sep 29, 2009 at 08:17 AM
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    • Former Member Juan Reyes

      Hi Juan,

      Below is the error I am getting

      C:\Misc\ntintel>sapgenpse import_p12 -p c:\misc\cert\Payment.p12 c:\misc\cert\Payment.pse

      import_p12: ERROR -- stat(Payment) failed: No such file or directory

      I tried with quotes as well.

      The file Payment.p12 do exist in my folder c:\misc\cert

      Not sure why I am getting this error.

      Thanks again for your help.


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