We would like to know the steps needed to import our own signed certificate into the TDM Portal's keystore.
Release : 4.6 - 4.9
Component : CA Test Data Manager Portal
Here are the steps to import certificates
1) Your security team should provide a PKCS #12 file (called for example my.p12 or my.pfx) which contains the private key and related certificate.
2) This command will import the certificate and private key into the keystore in one single step.
keytool -importkeystore -deststorepass <keystore_password> -destkeystore <path_and_file_specification_for_keystore> -srckeystore <my.p12 or my.pfx file> -srcstoretype PKCS12
Now your keystore file contains your server certificate and its private key. You may be asked to enter the password to the p12/pfx file, so you will want that information handy.
3) The portal needs to access the keystore <path_and_file_specification_for_keystore> you should therefore update application.properties
4) The portal needs to use the <keystore_password> to access stored certificate and private key. You should therefore follow the steps in techdocs below, to create the encrypted version
4a) To obtain an encrypted version of the keystore password.
4b) update the application.properties file with the encrypted password
5) Verify the trusted certificate and private key have been imported properly, and also verify the current Alias name. Note, you may also want to change the Alias name to for example Test Data Manager , run
5a) To view the contents of the keystore, run:
keytool -list -v -keystore <path_and_file_specification_for_keystore>
You will see something similar to ...
Keystore type: JKS
Keystore provider: SUN
Your keystore contains 1 entry
Alias name: 1
Creation date: Jun 21, 2019
... is displayed
In this example the alias name is 1. To change the alias name from 1 to Test Data Manager
keytool -changealias -keystore <path_and_file_specification_for_keystore> -storepass <accesspassword> -alias 1 -destalias "Test Data Manager"
5b) update application.properties with the new alias
tdmweb.keyAlias="Test Data Manager"
6) Restart the CA Test Data Manager Portal service and verify the Portal is running on your new certificate.
Also see Knowledge Base Article: TDM Portal: After replacing our expired SSL Certificates, No one is able to access Portal.https://knowledge.broadcom.com/external/article?articleId=189740