- URL:https://<sslCertficates-url>/importRootOrIntermediate(POST only)
- Required Capability:Highly available portal environment | Default administrator role | Security and infrastructure privilege
- Version Introduced:10.8
This operation imports a certificate authority's (CA) root and intermediate certificates into the key store.
To create a production-quality CA-signed certificate, you need to add the CA certificates into the key store that enables the SSL mechanism to trust the CA (and the certificates it has signed). While most of the popular CA certificates are already available in the key store, you can use this operation if you have a custom CA or specific intermediate certificates.
To import a signed certificate from a CA, use the Import Signed Certificate operation.
This operation is only accessible for highly available portals. If you are operating in a single-machine environment, a counterpart Import Root or Intermediate Certificate operation should be used in its place. For more information on high availability, see Import a certificate into the portal.
The name of the certificate.
The multipart POST parameter containing the certificate file.
Introduced at 10.6. This value determines whether the portal should be prevented from restarting after importing the certificate. By default, this value is set as false and the portal will restart.
Values: true | false
The response format. The default response format is html.
Values: html | json | pjson
JSON Response example