Sterling B2B Integrator - EBICS Export Certificate Service

The EBICS Export Certificate service exports certificates from the Sterling B2B Integrator repository into the primary document in the Base64 encoding format.

The following table provides an overview of the EBICS Export Certificate service:

System Name

EBICS Export Cert Service

Graphical Process Modeler (GPM) categories

All Services

Description

Use this service for exporting certificates from the Sterling B2B Integrator repository into the primary document in the Base64 encoding format. The certificates can be extracted and added to an external repository.

Business usage

Use this service to export the certificates present in Sterling B2B Integrator to an external system. Use this service when you want to synchronize the certificates present in Sterling B2B Integrator with an external database or system.

Usage examples

You want to export Sterling B2B Integrator Trusted or CA certificates to your system for performing various operations, such as, encryption, verification, and SSL transport.

Preconfigured?

Yes

Requires third-party files?

No

Platform availability

All supported Sterling B2B Integrator platforms.

Related services

Import Certificate service

Application requirements

None

Initiates business processes?

No

Invocation

None

Business process context considerations

None

Returned status values

Fatal – Nonrecoverable error

Transient – Recoverable error

Logic – Recoverable error

Success

Warning

Restrictions

None

Persistence level

System default

Debug

Debugging information for this service is located in Sterling B2B Integrator. Navigate to Operations System Logs EBICS.

Business Process Examples

The following example business process illustrates exporting Sterling B2B Integrator certificates to an external repository:
				
					<process name="ebics_test_ExportCertService">
  <sequence>
    <operation name="Export Cert Service">
      <participant name="EBICSExportCert"/>
      <output message="EBICSExportCertTypeInputMessage">
        <assign to="." from="*"></assign>
      </output>
      <input message="inmsg">
        <assign to="." from="*"></assign>
      </input>
    </operation>
  </sequence>
</process>
				
			

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