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The CA will send you a certificate request response that contains the signed public-key certificate for the application server. Once you have received this response, import it into the corresponding PSE.

For a PSE that is used by multiple application servers, you only have to import the response into one of the PSEs. The PSE is then redistributed to all of the application servers.

Example Example

For example, for those application servers that use a system-wide SSL server PSE, you only need to import the certificate request response into the SSL server PSE on one of the servers.

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  • The certificate request response contains either the signed public-key certificate in PEM format and the issuing CA's root certificate exists in the server's certificate store, or the response adheres to the PKCS#7 certificate chain format.

  • You have access to the certificate request response. For example, it exists as a file in the file system.


From the Trust Manager screen:

  1. Expand the SSL server PSE node.

  2. For each application server that is to receive a signed certificate:

    1. Select the application server with a double-click.

      The application server's SSL server PSE is displayed in the PSE maintenance section.

    2. In the PSE maintenance section, choose Import Cert. Response (Import Cert. Response).

      The dialog for the certificate request response appears.

    3. Insert the contents of the certificate request response into the dialog's text box (using Paste (Paste)) or select the response from the file system by using Load local file (Load local file).

      The signed public-key certificate is imported into the server's SSL server PSE, which is displayed in the PSE maintenance section. You can view the certificate by selecting it with a double-click. The certificate information is then shown in the certificate maintenance section.

  3. Save the data.