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WAS 6.1: problem in creating and receiving certificates

 
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Hi!
I have a problem with replacing certificates for the WAS. I would like to create a certificate authority request and receive the signed certificate by using the administrative console.
In the [SSL certificate and key management > Key stores and certificates > NodeDefaultKeyStore > Personal certificate requests] I created a new certificate request (cert.arm).
In the [SSL certificate and key management > Manage endpoint security configurations > lotusfilenetNode01 > SSL configurations > Key stores and certificates > NodeDefaultKeyStore > Personal certificates > Receive certificate from CA] I chose this file (cert.arm), but the error message appeared: "Fail to parse input stream". What does this mean? How can I resolved this problem?
Thank you!
 
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The way I have done this before is:
1. Create a certificate request.
2. Using GSKit bundled with WAS generate a certificate against the given request.
3. Then import the newly generated certificate into the WAS JKS.
 
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