I've tried to renew tomcat's ssl certificate. I've read "http://www.ejbca.org/userguide.html#SSL certificate expire" and try following:
A small convenience ant target is present which can simplify the proceess and save some typing (it's running the above three ejbca.sh commands in succession):
cp p12/tomcat.jks $APPSRV_HOME/server/default/conf/keystore.jks
# ant renew-keystore
No custom changes to merge.
Target "renew-keystore" does not exist in the project "ejbca".
Please help me to resolve this problem!
I did this with 4.0.12
Merging available external modifications from C:primekeyejbca-custom (unless done previously).
Copying 1 file to C:\primekey\ejbca
skipping input as property java.trustpassword has already been set.
skipping input as property httpsserver.password has already been set.
New status for user tomcat is 10
Setting clear text password for user tomcat
Generating keys in directory C:primekeyejbcap12.
Generating keys for tomcat.
Created Keystore for 'tomcat'.
New user generated successfully - tomcat.
Total time: 5 seconds
I did not this renew with 4.0.12
I'm usign jboss 5.1 too. I'm using ant 1.8.2.
What have I done wrong?
Well, my EJBCA/build.xml does contain a target "renew-keystore".
How about your?
I've ckecked that my EJBCA/build.xml does not contain a target "renew-keystore".
My ejbca distribution ejbca_4_0_12.zip is from 18.09.2012.
Renew-keystore is something that will apear in EJBCA 4.0.13. A bit prematurely pushed to the docs at ejbca.org.
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