From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:midrange-l-
bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Versfelt, Charles
Sent: Tuesday, September 10, 2013 2:05 PM
Subject: Re: Certificate authentication through HTTPS
Thank you for the explanation! I definitely needed that background for
Now... I found out some more information that may shed light on my
I tried sending my CSV send again and again failed with the handshake error.
I wanted to try creating an application through the DCM and do it that way.
Bruce (he's the Operations VP) sent me a "Goto meeting" and we went
through the screens together.
During the process, I asked about the final certificate, a .p12 file. He told me
that, while he was unable to load the .p12, he was able to "launch" the .p12
and turn it into a .cer!
This doesn't sound right to me. I suspect my problem is because we never
loaded the .p12 in its correct form.
Am I right, and if so, is there anything different he needs to do to load a .p12
certificate on the AS/400?
PS. No, using the named application didn't work either. Handshake error.
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