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Seamless transition from one system certificate to the other system certificate when system certificate validity expires in all SSL protocols supported in the product.

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  • Jun 17 2019
  • Needs review
How will this idea be used?

Should display the window to select multiple certificates for a seamless transition from one certificate to the other when its validity expires and to select the policy for this certificate. The default policy is Closest non-future Go Live Date or the only certificate in the list. Similar functionality exists in the FTP Server Adapter and AS2. Here are the few adapters which I know off require this functionality: HTTP Server Adapter, Connect Direct Server Adapter, WebSphere Async Receive Adapter, JMS Async Recieve Adapter, etc., This will build the confidence of the customers that the same feature and function works consistently in various places and also shows that sound engineering practices were followed.

The same functionality requires via Rest API for automation.

What is your industry? Non-Industry Specific
What is the idea priority? Urgent
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    June 17, 2019 17:55

    I love this idea... I can't tell you how many times I've heard customers have problems because of an expired certificate.  This seems like a really good problem to solve!!