CA Receive Order Certificate is expiring


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CA Common Services for z/OS


On February 1, 2021, the Broadcom Support Team published a Hiper alert to the Common Services for z/OS r15.0 CAIRIM component.  
This alert applies to customers who use SMP/E Receive Order to acquire maintenance. 
Several customers have asked if this will affect Chorus Software Manager (CSM). 


The certificate for use with SMP/E Receive Order is expiring on February 5, 2021.  
Customers who use Receive Order must download and install a new certificate prior to that date.  


Product ; Common Services for z/OS r15.0
Component : CAIRIM
CA-Receive Order


This certificate is only used for the SMP/E Receive Order and is not used by CSM 
Download and install the new Digicert Global Root G2 certificate by February 5, 2021.




Additional Information

Details of the initial setup of  SMP/E Receive Order are included in the Common Services r15.0 documentation.
Refer to the Certificate Expiration Alert published by Broadcom Support on February 1, 2021
Follow the download instructions contained in the alert to download and install the new certificate