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Martin said...

Do you know how the OHS server recognize the filename of wallet and password?
Because parameter SSLWallet point out to the directory, and there is no parameter about password.

Tim... said...

Hi.

The wallet *always* has the same name. As a result, you never need to specify anything other than the directory location.

Cheers

Tim...

Martin said...

OK, but what about password?

Tim... said...

Hi.

See that -auto_login flag. That allows it to be opened automatically without a password. You can't amend it without a password, just read it.

Cheers

Tim...

Martin said...

I asked, becouse I sucessfully configured Oracle Forms and Reports based on standard keystore file, but in OHS the solution is based on p12 and I tried to put my p12 file, but I have no idea how OHS get access to this file during start

Tim... said...

Hi.

See the,

SSLWallet "/home/oracle/wallet"

That tells it where the wallet is. You know it can open because of auto-login. Simple as that. :)

Cheers

Tim...

Martin said...

There are many problems with oracle wallet in accociate with standard java keystore.
Do you know if Oracle Wallet respects SSL extensions because when I run "orapki wallet display... -coplete" the extensions aren't displayed.

Tim... said...

Hi.

The wallet *always* has the same name, which is why you only specify the location, not the file name when using Oracle products with a wallet.

Cheers

Tim...

Marcin said...

I mean SSL extensions like Subject Alternative Name (SAN). CRL Distribution Points and so on.

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