Operation: Add Certificate Authority / Edit Certificate Authority
Description: Add/Edit Certificate Authority which issues Certificates. 

Sample Configuration
<CertificateAuthority> <Name>Name</Name> <Format>PEM/DER</Format> <CACertFile>{CAFilename uploaded in multipart request}</CACertFile> <CAPrivateKeyFile>{CAFilename uploaded in multipart request}</CAPrivateKeyFile> <Password>Password</Password> </CertificateAuthority>



Parameter Mandatory Default Description
NameYes  
Specify name of the Certificate Authority.
Name confines to:
  • Type is 'SCALAR'.
  • Datatype is 'STRING'.
  • Allowed characters: (A-Za-z0-9_@\-\.)
  • Maximum characters allowed are 255.
  • UTF-8 character(s) are allowed.
FormatNo  
Select format of the root certificate to be uploaded.
Format confines to:
  • Type is 'SCALAR'.
  • Only 'PEM', 'DER' are allowed.
CACertFileYes  
Browse to the full path from where the certificate is to be uploaded.
CACertFile confines to:
  • Type is 'SCALAR'.
  • Datatype is 'STRING'.
CAPrivateKeyFileNo  
Browse to the full path from where the Private key is to be uploaded.
CAPrivateKeyFile confines to:
  • Type is 'SCALAR'.
  • Datatype is 'STRING'.
PasswordNo  
Specify Certificate Authority password for authentication.
Password confines to:
  • Type is 'SCALAR'.
  • Datatype is 'STRING'.
  • Maximum characters allowed are 30.
  • Minimum characters allowed are 4.



Operation   Status   Message
Add Certificate Authority200
Add Certificate Authority500
Add Certificate Authority502
Add Certificate Authority503
Add Certificate Authority510
Add Certificate Authority541
Edit Certificate Authority200
Edit Certificate Authority500
Edit Certificate Authority502
Edit Certificate Authority503
Edit Certificate Authority504
Edit Certificate Authority510
Edit Certificate Authority541


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