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How to Create a Wallet and Enable SSL for OHS via Fusion Middleware Control in FMW 12.2.1 ? (Doc ID 2124504.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 26, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle HTTP Server - Version 12.2.1.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

How to Create a Wallet and Enable SSL for Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) via Fusion Middleware Control in FMW 12.2.1

Note:
This document outlines the steps tested by Oracle Support after researching internally. These steps are not in the Oracle Documentation, and internal <Bug 23343425> has been filed. It is expected that future Documentation will include the same was approved by Product Management and tested by QA.

Administering Oracle Fusion Middleware
https://docs.oracle.com/middleware/1221/core/ASADM/toc.htm
Part III Secure Communication

Administering Oracle HTTP Server
https://docs.oracle.com/middleware/1221/webtier/administer-ohs/security.htm#HSADM1270
9.5 Implementing SSL

Without Oracle Fusion Middleware Control, certificates and wallets may also be managed with ORAPKI commands:

Administering Oracle Fusion Middleware
G orapki
 

If you are looking to import existing wallet (pkcs12) or java keystore (jks) for use with OHS 12.2.1 refer:

How to Import Existing Wallet (pkcs12) or Java Keystore (jks) for Use with OHS 12.2.1+ SSL (Collocated) <Document: 2148815.1>

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
 How to Create a Wallet and Enable SSL for Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) via Fusion Middleware Control in FMW 12.2.1
Solution
 Start Node Manager, the AdminServer and the OHS component
 Create Keystore
 Generate Keypair
 Generate CSR
 Obtain CA signed certificate
 Import the Trusted Certificate
 Import the Trusted Certificate to weblogic domain
 Import the User Certificate
 Export Key store to wallet
 Steps to enable SSL
References


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