Install SSL Certificate

Windows

  1.  Download the *.pem certificate located at the bottom of this article
  2. Place the certificate in the Java \lib\security\ folder on the server Snaplogic was installed on. (i.e. C:\Program Files\Java\1.x.x_xxx\lib\security)
  3. Open an elevated command prompt (administrator rights) and navigate to the Java security folder (C:\Program Files\Java\1.x.x_xxx\lib\security)
  4. Add the certificate to the Java keystore by running the following command*:
    "C:\Program Files\java\jre1.x.x_xxx\bin\keytool.exe" -importcert -keystore cacerts -alias RDScombinedcert -file  rds-combined.pem
  5. If it asks for a password, enter changeit
  6. Stop the snaplogic service and check task manager to ensure all Java processes have stopped. Once you're sure all Java processes are not running, start the Snaplogic service.

*[1]: While adding the certificate to the Java keystore, if the keytool gives a Win32 error and the size of keytool.exe is 0KB then it's corrupt. Download the keytool-windows.zip file located at the bottom of the article.

Linux

  1. Download the *.pem certificate located at the bottom of this article to the server Snaplogic is installed on
  2. Place the certificate in the /home/centos/ directory or any other directly that's suitable to you
  3. Run the following command:
    /opt/snaplogic/pkgs/jre1.8.0_45/bin/keytool -import -file /home/centos/rds-combined.pem  -alias RDScombinedcert -keystore /opt/snaplogic/pkgs/jre1.8.0_45/lib/security/cacerts
  4. Restart the snaplogic service or reboot the server.

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