BEA Weblogic Certificate Installation Instructions
You will be receiving the following three files from Sectigo:
Or you can download root and intermediate CA files from here.
Note: If you obtain a private key file from a source other than the Certificate Request Generator servlet, verify that the private key file is in PKCS#5/PKCS#8 PEM format.
To use a certificate chain, append the additional PEM-encoded digital certificates to the digital certificate that issued for the WebLogic Server (the intermediate CA certificate). The last digital certificate in the file chain will be the Root certificate that is self-signed. (example below:)
Note: no blank line between then end of one certificate and the start of the next:
.....(your Intermediate CA certificate).....
.....(your Root CA certificate).....
Configure WebLogic Server to use the SSL protocol, you need to enter the following information on the SSL tab in the Server Configuration window:
Storing Private Keys and Digital Certificates
-----BEGIN ENCRYPTED PRIVATE KEY-----
-----END ENCRYPTED PRIVATE KEY-----
A PEM (.pem) format digital certificate begins and ends with the following lines, respectively:
Note: Typically, the digital certificate file for a WebLogic Server is in one file, with either a .pem or .der extension, and the WebLogic Server certificate chain is in another file. Two files are used because different WebLogic Servers may share the same certificate chain.
Note: If you are creating a file with the digital certificates of multiple certificate authorities or a file that contains a certificate chain, you must use PEM format. WebLogic Server provides a tool for converting DER format files to PEM format, and visa versa.