How do I install an SSL Certificate onto Oracle Wallet Manager?

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How do I install an SSL certificate onto Oracle Wallet Manager?

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This tutorial assumes that you have both the QuoVadis Root CA 2, the QuoVadis Global SSL ICA G2 and your SSL Certificate in your possession.
Note: These files will need to be in PEM (or base64 encoded) format.

  1. Open "Oracle Wallet Manager."

  2. From the Menu, select "Operations."

  3. Click on "Import Trusted Certificate."

  4. A window will appear named "Import Trusted Certificate."

  5. Select the "Paste the Certificate" radio button option. Click on "OK."

  6. The "Import Trusted Certificate" window appears that says, "Please provide a base64 format certificate and paste it below."

  7. Open the QuoVadis Root CA 2 file in notepad.  Select all (Ctrl+A) the contents of the notepad file and copy them (Ctrl+C) to your clipboard.

  8. Back in the "Import Trusted Certificate" window, paste (Ctrl+V) the contents of the certificate file in notepad into the field and click on "OK."

  9. A message will appear that will confirm the successful installation of the file.

  10. Go back into "Operations" in the "Oracle Wallet Manager" menu.

  11. Click on "Import Trusted Certificate."

  12. Select the "Paste the Certificate" radio button option. Click on "OK."

  13. The "Import Trusted Certificate" window appears that says, "Please provide a base64 format certificate and paste it below."

  14. Open the QuoVadis Global SSL ICA G2 file in notepad.  Select all (Ctrl+A) the contents of the notepad file and copy them (Ctrl+C) to your clipboard.

  15. Back in the "Import Trusted Certificate" window, paste (Ctrl+V) the contents of the certificate file in notepad into the field and click on "OK."

  16. A message will appear that will confirm the successful installation of the file.

  17. Go back into "Operations" in the "Oracle Wallet Manager" menu.

  18. Click on "Import User Certificate."

  19. A window will appear named "Import Certificate."

  20. Select the "Paste the Certificate" radio button option. Click on "OK."

  21. The "Import Trusted Certificate" window appears.

  22. Open your certificate file received from QuoVadis in notepad.  Select all (Ctrl+A) the contents of the notepad file and copy them (Ctrl+C) to your clipboard.

  23. Back in the "Import Trusted Certificate" window, paste (Ctrl+V) the contents of the certificate file in notepad into the field and click on "OK."

  24. A message will appear that will confirm the successful installation of the file.

  25. Save the changes you have just made to your Oracle Wallet.

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