#89 Validating CRL distribution point results in error

v1.0_(example)
closed
None
5
2014-10-24
2014-02-13
No

If you either in a new certificate or in a template click Edit next to the CRL distribution point entry on the Extensions tab, then type in a valid URI for the CRL distribution point, and BEFORE clicking outside the field in which you type the URI value you then click the 'Validate' button then you get the following error.

"Validation failed:
'URI:http://crl.example.com/cert.crl,URI:'
error:2206D06D:X509 V3
routines:X509V3_parse_list:invalid null
value
error:22097069:X509 V3
routines:DO_EXT_NCONF:invalid extension
string

If you click OK to the above error and Validate again it will succeed. It will also succeed if you click outside the text entry box BEFORE clicking on the Validate button.

Discussion

  • Christian Hohnstaedt

    Hi John,

    I was not able to reproduce the issue. I tried with 0.9.1 and 0.9.3 on linux and windows. Click "Validate" without leaving the text-input field.
    What Version of XCA and what operating system did you use ?
    Please send the Version information from the "Help->About" dialog.

     
  • Christian Hohnstaedt

    • status: open --> accepted
    • assigned_to: Christian Hohnstaedt
     
  • John Lockwood

    John Lockwood - 2014-04-08

    Problem occurred on a Mac running OS X 10.9.2 and in XCA 0.9.3

     
  • Christian Hohnstaedt

    Yes, indeed. I could reproduce on a Mac. It only happens on Mac..
    Will be fixed soon.

     
  • Christian Hohnstaedt

    Fixed in XCA 1.0.0

    commit 6fabd4014f75660f809a87b07a74c8d217c44ee3
    Author: Christian Hohnstaedt chohnstaedt@innominate.com
    Date: Sat Apr 12 10:41:47 2014 +0200

    SF Bug #89 Validating CRL distribution point results in error
    
    Take focus from input field before validating
    
     
  • Christian Hohnstaedt

    • status: accepted --> closed
     

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