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EM 13c, 12c: How to Configure Enterprise Manager's Weblogic Server (WLS) for Secure Socket Layer Certificates (Doc ID 2220788.1)

Last updated on JUNE 27, 2023

Applies to:

Enterprise Manager Base Platform - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The WLS Stack (Admin Server, Managed Server, Node Manager) in EM is secured out-of-box with default WLS demo certificates (demonstration identity keystore DemoIdentity.jks and a trust keystore DemoTrust.jks)

This document provides steps to check the certificates used with WLS components in EM (Admin Server, Managed Server, Node Manager) and how to change these certificates if needed.


 This document presents the complete set of actions required to establish valid wallet and java keystore functions in securing Enterprise Manager communications. See the following document for information about wallet and keystore definitions, when each are used, etc., in the WebLogic Server deployment environment:

<Note 1218603.1> Understanding Wallets and Keystores in Fusion Middleware 11g/12c

WLS in an EM Setup can be secured using either wallets or keystores by executing 'emctl secure wls [arguments]' command.Not required to use both wallets and keystores together

Note: port numbers used in this document are for example only



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In this Document
 A. How to determine the certificates used by the WLS components (Admin Server, Managed Server, Node Manager)
 B. How to create a wallet for WLS and import third-party certificates into the wallet
 C. How to secure / renew EM WLS with third-party certificates stored in a wallet
 D. How to create a Java Keystore for WLS and import third party certificates into the keystore
 E. How to secure / renew EM WLS with third-party certificates stored in keystore
 F. How to rollback EM WLS to default WLS demo certificates (Also required when existing certificates are expired)

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