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SSL Certificate Changes for Global Business Unit Cloud Service (GBUCS) Customers Migrating To Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) (Doc ID 2491906.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 21, 2020

Applies to:

Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management Cloud Service
Primavera P6 Standard Project and Portfolio Management Cloud Service
Primavera Unifier Cloud Service
Information in this document applies to any platform.

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ANNOUCEMENT:

NOTE: This change will require NO Downtime for your Cloud environment(s).

INTENDED AUDIENCE

NOTE:  Disregard this document if you are a P6 EPPM or Unifier customer migrating to OCI but have not developed custom integrations through Web Services.

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Announcement for customers still on GBUCS who have NOT yet migrated to OCI ** on 24-Feb-2020 at 0900 AM EST / 1400 UTC the *.oracleindustry.com certificate (GBUCS) will be renewed in all data centers. Customers using this SSL cert for integrations will need to download and install the new certificates.

Refer to: GBUCS Certificate (*.oracleindustry.com) Will Be Renewed in All Data Centers (Doc ID 2641465.1)

 

Download the SSL certificate for your OCI environment.

Instructions to download the certificate using Microsoft Internet Explorer:

  1. Enter the URL to your OCI cloud portal page and authenticate through SSO
  2. Click the padlock icon next to the URL field
  3. Click View Certificates
  4. Click the Details tab
  5. Click Copy to File .....   (Note: This option may only be available if running IE as a Windows administrator)
  6. The export wizard will launch.  Accept the defaults when clicking next thru the wizard
  7. Save the file. Ensure you note the path where you saved the file e.g. <DIR>\temp\oracleindustry.cer
  8. Refer to your third party documentation to import the OCI Trusted CA certificate.

Instructions to download the certificate using Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Enter the URL to your OCI cloud portal page and authenticate through SSO
  2. Click the padlock icon next to the URL field
  3. Click the arrow to show connection details
  4. Click More Information
  5. On the Security tab click View Certificates
  6. Click the Details tab
  7. Click Export
  8. Save the file. Ensure you note the path where you saved the file e.g. <DIR>\temp\oracleindustry.crt
  9. Refer to your third party documentation to import the OCI Trusted CA certificate. 

Instructions to download the certificate using Google Chrome:

  1. Enter the URL to your OCI cloud portal page and authenticate through SSO
  2. Click the padlock icon next to the URL field
  3. Click View Certificates
  4. Click the Details tab
  5. Click Copy to File .....   (Note: This option may only be available if running IE as a Windows administrator)
  6. The export wizard will launch.  Accept the defaults when clicking next thru the wizard
  7. Save the file. Ensure you note the path where you saved the file e.g. <DIR>\temp\oracleindustry.cer
  8. Refer to your third party documentation to import the OCI Trusted CA certificate. 

Instructions to download the certificate using Microsoft Edge:

  1. Enter the URL to your OCI cloud portal page and authenticate through SSO
  2. Click the padlock icon next to the URL field
  3. Click View Certificate
  4. Click Export to file
  5. Save the file. Ensure you note the path where you saved the file e.g. <DIR>\temp\oracleindustry.cer
  6. Refer to your third party documentation to import the OCI Trusted CA certificate. 

Instructions to download the certificate using Apple Safari:

  1. Enter the URL to your OCI cloud portal page and authenticate through SSO
  2. Click the padlock icon next to the URL field
  3. Click the SSL certificate and drag it to your desktop which will automatically export the certificate for you.
  4. Refer to your third party documentation to import the OCI Trusted CA certificate. 

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