Create a self-signed certificate


Create a keystore before creating a self-signed certificate.

To create a self-signed certificate using the console, go to...

Security | SSL certificate and key management | Manage endpoint security configurations | {Inbound | Outbound} | ssl_configuration | Key stores and certificates | [keystore ] | Additional Properties | Personal certificates | Create a self-signed certificate

...and set...

Certificate alias name Identifies the certificate in the keystore.
Common name (CN) CN value in the certificate distinguished name (DN).
Validity period Default validity period is 365 days.

Optional values...

Key size Default is 1024 bits.
Organization O value in the certificate DN.
Organizational unit OU value in the certificate DN.
Locality L value in the certificate DN.
State or providence ST value in the certificate DN.
Zip code POSTALCODE value in the certificate DN.
Country C= value in the certificate request DN.

To create a self-signed certificate using wsadmin, use the createSelfSignedCertificate command of the AdminTask object.

Extract the signer of your self-signed certificate to add the signer to another keystore.

 

Related

SSL configurations
Keystore configurations for SSL
Default chained certificate configuration in SSL
Replace an existing self-signed certificate
PersonalCertificateCommands command group for the AdminTask object