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PrettyPepay Member since 2015 17 posts
Tata Consultancy Services Australia
Posted: 3 years ago
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Unable to build SAML2 Authentication request : trusted certificate entries are not password-protected

Hi,
We have integrated pega with SSO using SAML and we are getting the following error:

Unable to build SAML2 Authentication request : trusted certificate entries are not password-protected

I am thinking it has to do with the keystore that we imported for the SP signing request, or the certificates that we imported in the keystore.
We've imported three certificates in the keystore namely the root cert, intermediate cert, and the signed cert that we bought. Is this correct? Or should we just import the signed cert?
Does anyone know what should we put in the keystore (private key, certificates)or how it should be created properly.
Thank you

P.S. We should not be disabling the signing request in the SAML Auth form as per the suggested fix in one of the articles in PDN.

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