Upload an SSL Certificate

Certificates are used to validate outbound SSL connections. If you make an SSL connection in which the root certificate does not exist in Oracle Integration, an exception is thrown. In that case, you must upload the appropriate certificate. A certificate enables Oracle Integration to connect with external services. If the external endpoint requires a specific certificate, request the certificate and then upload it into Oracle Integration.

To upload an SSL certificate:
  1. In the navigation pane, click Integrations, then click the < arrow next to Designer.
  2. Click Settings > Certificates.
    All certificates currently uploaded to the trust store are displayed in the Certificates dialog. The Filter By > Type list displays the following details:
    • Preinstalled: Displays the certificates automatically installed in Oracle Integration. These certificates cannot be deleted.

    • Uploaded: Displays the certificates uploaded by individual users. These certificates can be deleted and updated.

    You can also search for certificates in the Search field. The search results are limited to a maximum of ten records sorted by name for performance and usability reasons. To ensure that your search results are more granular, enter as much of the certificate name as possible.

  3. Click Upload at the top of the page.
  4. In the Upload Certificate dialog box, select the certificate type. Each certificate type enables Oracle Integration to connect with external services.
    • Trust Certificate: Use this option to upload a trust certificate.
      1. Enter a unique alias for the certificate.

      2. Click Browse, then select the trust file (for example, .cer or .crt) to upload.

    • Message Protection Certificate: Use this option to upload a keystore certificate with SAML token support. Create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) operations are supported on this type of certificate.
      1. Enter a unique alias for the certificate.

      2. Click Browse, then select the certificate file (.cer or .crt) to upload.

    • Identity Certificate: Use this option to upload a certificate for two-way SSL communication.
      1. Click Browse, then select the keystore file (.jks) to upload.

      2. Enter the password of the keystore being imported.

      3. Enter the comma-separated list of aliases from the keystore being imported.

      4. Enter the comma-separated list of passwords corresponding to key aliases.

      5. If you want to display the passwords in clear text, select Show Key Password(s). This enables you to ensure that you are correctly entering a list of keystore passwords.

  5. Click Upload.
  6. Click the certificate name to view details such as the subject of the certificate, the issuer of the certificate, the date the certificate was issued, and the date the certificate expires.