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Oracle servers are designed to offer various solutions like middleware, application server, database management and cloud infrastructure. So depending on the type of server you are using there are different options for installing SSL on it. Some of the server products include Oracle WebLogic, Oracle iPlanet server, Oracle wallet manager, etc; each requiring a different installation process. In the following sections will discuss the installation process for SSL on each of the servers.
Let’s Begin by Generating CSR
Creating a CSR code on Oracle Servers is easy. So, what’s the easy way?
The CSR Generator tool simplifies the process of generating a CSR. All you have to do is select all the relevant options & fill up the details for creating the CSR without any hassle.
Check our Step-by-Step guide to Generate CSR on Oracle
After generating the CSR, you can open your_domain.csr file using any text editor, such as Notepad, and copy-paste its contents, including the —–BEGIN NEW CERTIFICATE REQUEST—– and —–END NEW CERTIFICATE REQUEST—–, when ordering your SSL Certificate.
Oracle Wallet Manager allows you to securely store & manage digital certificates & private keys used for secure communication with Oracle databases, applications, and other network services.
Step 1: Extract the SSL certificate files.
Extract the SSL certificate files from the ZIP folder sent by your Certificate Authority. These files should include the Root CA, Intermediate, and Primary Certificate and have a .crt extension.
Step 2: Open Oracle Wallet Manager
Open Oracle Wallet Manager and click on Wallet, then Open.
Step 3: Import the Root CA certificate.
Go to Operations > Import Trusted Certificate and import your Root CA certificate from your device directory. Click OK.
Step 4: Import the Intermediate certificate.
Repeat the same process for your Intermediate CA Certificate by going to Operations > Import Trusted Certificate and uploading your intermediate certificate. Click OK.
Step 5: Import the Primary SSL Certificate
Finally, import your primary SSL Certificate by navigating to Operations > Import Trusted Certificate and uploading the file. Click OK.
Step 6: Verify the installation.
After importing all the certificates, the certificate node in the navigation menu should change from Certificate: [Requested] to Certificate: [Ready]. This means you have successfully installed the SSL certificate on Oracle Wallet Manager.
Oracle iPlanet Server operated by Sun Microsystems is a high-performance, reliable, & scalable web server designed to deliver static and dynamic content to web users. It supports various web technologies such as HTTP/HTTPS, SSL, & HTML for building and deploying web applications and services.
Here are the steps to install an SSL Certificate on your Oracle iPlanet Server:
By following these steps, you can install an SSL certificate on your Oracle iPlanet Server & ensure secure communication between your server and clients.
Oracle WebLogic is a Java-based application server that provides a platform for developing, deploying, & running enterprise applications large-scale applications, and offers a range of security features to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of sensitive data.
To install an SSL Certificate on Oracle WebLogic, follow these steps:
Step 1: Merge certificate files
To start, open each SSL certificate file using a text editor & copy the contents of each file into separate files. For example, merge your primary, intermediate, &root certificates into a single .pem file named “yourcertificate.pem”.
Step 2: Import yourcertificate.pem
Using the Java Keytool, import yourcertificate.pem file by running the following command:
keytool -import -alias [alias_name] -file [yourCertificate].pem -keystore /path_to_keystore[keystore_name].jks
Step 3: Configure SSL Certificate
Congratulations, you have now successfully installed an SSL Certificate on Oracle WebLogic.
Testing the configuration of your SSL Certificate installation on an Oracle server or app is crucial for any possible errors or vulnerabilities. Utilizing our SSL Checker Tool can efficiently accomplish this task.