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Oracle Http Server Status Shows as "UNKNOWN" in FMW Control After AdminServer's Default Keystore is Changed. (Doc ID 2236872.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 31, 2022

Applies to:

Enterprise Manager for Fusion Middleware - Version to [Release 12c]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The OHS state is showing as "UNKNOWN" after changing the Keystore from Demo Identity and Demo Trust to Custom Identity and Java Standard Trust

 The following errors will be logged in AdminServer-diagnostics.log




 Enabled SSL for AdminServer and Changed the Keystore from Demo Identity and Demo Trust to Custom Identity and Java Standard Trust

   1) Loged in to AdminServer Console

   2) Selected Servers --> AdminServer

             In the General Tab   --> Selected "SSL Listen Port Enabled"

             In the Keystores tab --> Selected Keystore as Custom Identity and Java Standard Trust

                                        --> Provided Custom Identity Keystore location ==> eg: <dir>\apo-signature.jks

                                        --> Provided Custom Identity Keystore Type ==> eg: jks

                                        --> Provided Custom Identity Keystore Passphrase

                                        --> Provided Java Standard Trust Keystore ==> eg:- <dir>\Java\JDK18~1.0_1\jre\lib\security\cacerts

              In the SSL tab       --> Provided Private Key Alias ==> eg: xxxxxx

                                        --> Provided Private Key Passphrase

   3) Saved and Activated the changes

   4) Able to access AdminServer on SSL

Reference: Getting Started with WebLogic Server: How to Configure SSL on Oracle WebLogic Server with Custom Identity and Java Standard Trust (Doc ID 1109753.1) 


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