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Digital Certificate Association

Postby jaggz » Wed Oct 12, 2011 2:52 pm

Hi Experts,

I am just looking some Certauth to identify as Connector, Intermediate and Root. I have extracted the certificates using TSO RACDCERT CERTAUTH LIST and as per the IBM manual it says that the "If you do not know which is the server's intermediate and root certificate, you can issue the 'TSO RACDCERT CERTAUTH LIST' command in batch job. Then look for a certificate which has the 'Subject's Name' 100% matching the 'Issuer's Name' of the server certificate. Once you identify the intermediatecertificate, you can identify the root certificate by looking for a certificate which has the 'Subject's Name'
100% matching the 'Issuer's Name' of the intermediate certificate."

I have searched the IBM manuals but could'nt find sample JCL to associate the current CA certificate as Connector, Intermediate and Root.

Could anyone please suggest me some URL or Manual Link which would help me achieving the above Objective.

Regards,
Jaggz
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