CSQX645E CSQ2 CSQXRESP SSL Certificate Missing For Channel

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Issue/Introduction

Description:

Setting up SSL for MQ Series and receiving error messages when trying to establish the SSL connection:


10.49.37 STC48868  +CSQX620E CSQ1 CSQXRCTL System SSL error,          
  596              channel SSLTEST.CSQ1.CSQ2.01,                     
  596              connection (149.83.123.14)                        
  596              function 'gsk_secure_socket_init' RC=438  

CSQ2CHIN...

10.49.37 STC48870 +CSQX645E CSQ2 CSQXRESP SSL certificate missing for channel

Solution:

When using a signed certificate for the SSL connection, the personal certificate and Certificate Authority must be present on the keyring.


TSS ADD(MQSTC) KEYRING(MQRING) RINGDATA(CERTSITE,MQCERT)
                USAGE(PERSONAL) DEFAULT     
TSS ADD(MQSTC) KEYRING(MQRING) RINGDATA(CERTAUTH,MQROOT)
                USAGE(CERTAUTH) 

MQSTC is the MQ region acid.
MQRING is the MQ keyring.
MQCERT is the personal digital certificate.
MQROOT is the root certificate.

Environment

Release:
Component: AWAGNT