CSR CREATION AND SSL CERTIFICATE INSTALLATION IN ORACLE WALLET MANAGER
 

HOW TO GENERATE A CSR USING ORACLE WALLET MANAGER

Note: Oracle Wallet Manager does not appear to support wildcard SSL certificates.
 

  • In Oracle Wallet Manager choose Operations from the menu. Select Create Certificate Request to open the Create Certificate dialog box.
     
  • Enter the following information in the required fields:
  1. Common Name: Enter the fully qualified domain name that you need to secure (www.yourdomain.com).
  2. Organizational Unit: Enter a department such as 'Security' or 'IT'.
  3. Organization: Enter the full legal name of your organization (TRUSTZONE).
  4. Locality/City: Enter the city or locality where your organization is located.
  5. State/Province: Enter the state or province where your organization is located.
  6. Country: Select the country where your organization is located.
  7. Key Size: Select a key size to use when creating the public/private key pair. 2048 is recommended.
  8. Advanced: Optional. You do not need to make any changes here.

  • Click OK. A dialog box will tell you that a certificate request was successfully created.
     
  • Click OK again to return to the main window.
     
  • In Oracle Wallet Manager choose Operations from the menu. Select Export Certificate Request.
     
  • Enter the directory where you want to save the CSR. Enter a file name in the Enter File Name field.
     
  • Click OK. You can now open the CSR file you generated in a text editor and paste the contents in the certificate ordering process.
     
  • After you receive your SSL certificate from TRUSTZONE, you can install it.

 

SSL CERTIFICATE INSTALLATION IN ORACLE WALLET MANAGER
 

You need to install the following certificate files to your Oracle Wallet, in the same order listed here below:

  • TrustedRoot.crt
  • IntermediateCA.crt
  • your_site_name.crt

 

1. DOWNLOAD THE NECESSARY CERTIFICATE FILES  
  • Log into your TRUSTZONE account and click the My Orders tab.
  • On the Manage Orders page, select your SSL certificate order number.
  • On the Manage Your 'Certificate' – Order# page, click Download.
  • In the Download Certificate section, under Format, select Best format for and then in the corresponding drop-down list, select Oracle.

  • Then, click Download.
     
2. IMPORT TRUSTEDROOT.CRT 
  • Launch Oracle Wallet Manager.
  • In the menu bar, click Operations > Import Trusted Certificate.
  • The Import Trusted Certificate dialog appears.
  • Select Paste the Certificate and then click OK.
  • The Import Trusted Certificate dialog appears with the following message: 'Please provide a base64 format certificate and paste it below'.
  • Paste the entire contents of the TrustedRoot.crt and click OK.
  • At the bottom of the window, a message should report that the trusted certificate was imported successfully.
  • At the bottom of the Trusted Certificates tree, the certificate should now appear.
     
3. IMPORT INTERMEDIATECA.CRT
  • In the menu bar, click Operations > Import Trusted Certificate.
  • The Import Trusted Certificate dialog appears.
  • Select Paste the Certificate and then click OK.
  • The Import Trusted Certificate dialog appears with the following message: 'Please provide a base64 format certificate and paste it below'.
  • Paste the entire contents of the IntermediateCA.crt and click OK.
  • At the bottom of the window, a message should report that the trusted certificate was imported successfully.
  • At the bottom of the Trusted Certificates tree, the certificate should now appear.
     
4. IMPORT YOUR SSL CERTIFICATE (YOUR_SITE_NAME.CRT)
  • Click Operations > Import User Certificate.
  • Do not click the Imported Trusted Certificate option used in the previous steps.
  • The Import Trusted Certificate dialog appears.
  • Select Paste the Certificate and then click OK.
  • The Import Certificate dialog appears with the following message: 'Please provide a base64 format certificate and paste it below'.
  • Paste the entire contents of your Primary SSL Certificate file (your_site_name.crt) and then click OK.
  • At the bottom of the window, a message should report that the certificate was imported successfully.
  • When you are returned to the main window, wallet status should show Ready.
     
5. SAVE CHANGES BEFORE CLOSING THE WALLET
TROUBLESHOOTING 
  • Site Works with Firefox Not Internet Explorer.

    If your site works with Firefox but not in Internet Explorer, you may need to apply Oracle patchset 4505133. There is a known bug, which affects Oracle HTTP Server when installed in from the Oracle Products Companion CD.
     

  • Oracle Wallet Manager Does Not Support Wildcard Certificates.

    Oracle Wallet Manager does not support wildcard certificate installation. If you purchased a wildcard certificate from TRUSTZONE and wish to use it with Oracle Wallet Manager, please contact our Support team (support@trustzone.com).

 

Last updated: August 8, 2017