Monday , May 20 2024

How To Install SSL Certificate In Oracle Weblogic Server

In this article, I will explain the process of creating and deploying SSL Certificates in Weblogic running on Oracle Linux operating system.

First of all, we open the terminal window and set our weblogic settings.

After saving our settings, we will create an identity key.

I am converting the identity.jks file I created to .CSR format.

You can get your certificate from any authority with the .CSR code.

I’m checking the .CSR code I’ve created.

All steps are going well. I collect the Primary, Intermediate and Root certificates from the certificate authority in cozumpark.crt.

I create another empty identity. Then we will get it via keytool.

As we mentioned above, we remove the empty key we created from the keytool.

I’m importing my certificate over the null key.

From now on, we will continue through the Weblogic console.

I go to Weblogic Console > Server > Server to Install SSL > Keystore and fill it as follows

Keystores = as Custom Identity and Custom Trust

I go to Weblogic Console > Server > Server to Install SSL > SSL tab and fill it as follows

Now that I have added my certificate, I can activate my SSL service. I will use 8001 as SSL port.

After completing all my operations, I restart the server where I installed SSL.

After the restart, services running over HTTP will run on port 7001, while services running over HTTPS will run on port 8001.

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About Buğra PARLAYAN

Burgra Parlayan is an experienced Database and Weblogic Administrator. After completing his technical / relevant training he has got involved with a serious amount of projects. He successfully managed database upgrade, database migration, database performance tuning projects for various public institutions.Currently he has been employed by one of the leading financial institutions called Turkiye Hayat & Emeklilik as responsible administrator for Oracle Database and Oracle Middleware. He has been sharing his experience and knowledge by face to face training, personal blog and various social networking accounts to support the Oracle ecosystem continuously since 2010.

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