Before you install the Certificate issued, you are required to import the Trusted Root Certificate into Oracle Wallet Manager as per the following solution:
You can import a Trusted Root Certificate into a wallet in either two ways:
- Paste the Trusted Root Certificate which can be downloaded from the Certificate Authority
- Import the Trusted Root Certificate which was downloaded from the Certificate Authority and saved to a text file.
Pasting the Trusted Root Certificate:
You are then returned to the 'Oracle Wallet Manager' main panel and the trusted certificate appears at the bottom of the 'Trusted Certificates' tree.
Importing the Trusted Root Certificate from a saved text file:
- Download and copy the Root Certificate which is required.
- You can download the UTN-USERFirst-hardware root from the following link.
- Include the lines -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- and -----END CERTIFICATE-----
- Copy and paste the output from the website into a Notepad and save it locally on your PC/server with a .txt extension.
- From the menu bar, choose 'Operations > Import Trusted Certificate'
- The 'Import Certificate' dialog box appears.
- Enter the path or folder name of the certificate location.
- Select the name of the trusted certificate file.
- Choose 'OK'.
- A message at the bottom of the window confirms that the trusted certificate was successfully installed.
- You are then returned to the 'Oracle Wallet Manager' main panel and the trusted certificate appears at the bottom of the 'Trusted Certificates' tree.
Note: Remember to save changes to the Wallet before closing the Wallet