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Https configuration with p7b certificate fails

 
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Hello Everyone,

We are implementing Http to Https conversion for our application, which uses Jboss as the application server. We made the following changes in the standalone.xml file.



The keystore command lists the presence of the key as below:



We received the certificate from our certification team in p7b format, which we had to convert to CER format and then add it to keystore - winstore.jks which we are using in the path above. But with the above configurations in place, we are getting the below error while trying to restart jBoss.



Please let us know what could be the potential problem as these are our initial steps towards understanding Https.

Please note that if the certificate is a self signed one, the problem is not coming into picture.

Thanks,
Pavan.2
 
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I tried with a different certificate but still have the same problem: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/44760409/weblogic-alias-name-does-not-identify-a-key-entry-error

Any inputs would help us in getting ahead.

Thanks,
Pavan.
 
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