This section provides detailed information about exporting an SSL certificate in Google Chrome:
- from AWS S3, as instructed in Communication Errors When Sending Content for Translation
- from the Clay Tablet License Server, as instructed in Cannot Verify Connector License
To export an SSL Certificate in Chrome:
- In the Chrome browser, go to one of the following URLs:
- To resolve communication errors with the Clay Tablet License Server, use
- To resolve communication errors with AWS S3, use https://ct_test_create_key.s3.amazonaws.com.
Note: Ignore the Access Denied error message in the page that opens.
- Click the padlock in the address bar.
- Click Certificate.
- Click the Details tab to view it.
- Click Copy to File.
The Certificate Export Wizard opens.
- Click Next.
- Accept the default format of DER encoded binary X.509, and click Next.
- Do one of the following:
- In the File name text box, enter the path and name of the file in which you want to save the certificate. The file has a .cer extension. For example, enter C:\Users\jsmith\Documents\SSL certificates\AWS S3.cer.
- Click Browse, and in the Save As dialog box:
- Navigate to the folder where you want to save the file.
- Assign a filename with a .cer extension.
- Click Save.
- When you are done, click Next.
The Completing the Certificate Export Wizard page opens, displaying the filename, path and format.
- Click Finish to close the wizard.
The Certificate Export Wizard message box states that the export was successful.
- Click OK to close the Certificate dialog box.
- To resolve communication errors with the Clay Tablet License Server or AWS, you import the exported SSL certificate into your Java Trusted Keystore. Do one of the following:
- If Java (JDK) is installed on the server where SAP Commerce is hosted, follow these instructions: Importing an SSL Certificate into Your Java Trusted Keystore with Java (JDK).
- If JRE is installed on the server where SAP Commerce is hosted, follow these instructions: Importing an SSL Certificate into Your Java Trusted Keystore with JRE.