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Wallets and certificates [message #626401] Mon, 27 October 2014 10:43
terryj
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Registered: October 2014
Junior Member
Hi all,
Firstly, please accept my apologies if this is in the wrong forum.
We are trying to invoke a web service using PL/SQL from a database (10g 10.2) sitting on a Windows Server 2003.
Following instructions provided by our service partner we create a certificate request and eventually receive 2 certificates.
Installation of the certificate and subsequent export will only include the private key if we export to a 'pfx file.
Attempted import of this into the wallet fails with 'Some trusted certificates could not be installed'.
This same message occurs with the Root CA Certificate which seems to have lost some formatting when received (ie Line feeds).

We've tried several 'solutions' suggested on the web - none seem to solve our problem.
Convert .pfx to .p7b
Convert .pfx to .pem to .p7b
Rename certificate to ewallet.p12
Re-export to different types
Create new request in OWM
Create new wallet using command line

We always end up with an 'ORA-29024: Certificate validation failure' message at the UTL_HTTP.BEGIN_REQUEST stage or the message mentioned above.
Any ideas please?

Thanks
Terry
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