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Description

After an upgrade ,SAML 2.0 Keystore_Key2048_SHA256 certificate and Java keystore have the value of "active" set to false.

Steps to Reproduce

 

  1. Install the multi-SSO plugin.

  2. Set the certificate SAML 2.0 Keystore_Key2048_SHA256 to true.

  3. Upgrade the instance.

  4. Check whether the certificate SAML 2.0 Keystore_Key2048_SHA256 is set to false.

 

 

Workaround

If you are using SHA256 for your encryption:

  1. Create a new record containing the same SAML 2.0 Keystore_Key2048_SHA256.

  2. Name the record SAML 2.0 Keystore_Key2048_SHA256_2 and set it to true.

  3. Change the default keystore to match the new record by going to /sys_properties_list.do and setting glide.authenticate.sso.saml2.keystore to the new sys_id of your certificate.

 

 


Related Problem: PRB1058696

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Article Information

Last Updated:2018-05-15 10:58:50
Published:2017-10-20