As the message states, you must verify ownership of the certificate's
domain (not a subdomain) in order to upload it.
On Sunday, September 18, 2016 at 10:55:56 PM UTC-4, Huy Nguyen wrote:
> Hi Adam,
> At first time, i added *sub.my_domain.com <http://sub.my_domain.com>* to
> custom domain complete (Using *Webmaster tool Central*).
> Then i want add ssl certificate for this but incapability..
> I just add a sub domain name and do not want root domain to custom
> domain. I have to add root domain ???
> On Monday, September 19, 2016 at 6:52:32 AM UTC+7, Adam (Cloud Platform
> Support) wrote:
>> Please see step 3 in the documentation
>> regarding verifying your domain, particularly:
>> 1. Supply the domain name ("example.com") and click *Verify*. This
>> opens up a new tab titled *Webmaster Central*.
>> 2. Follow the directions provided by the *Webmaster Central* tab,
>> then click *Verify*.
>> On Saturday, September 17, 2016 at 12:09:13 AM UTC-4, Huy Nguyen wrote:
>>> Dear GAE support,
>>> I want add new custom ssl domain for my project in GAE,
>>> I added domain, then i add ssl certificate but not success. Message
>>> alert as image attacked,
>>>> You must verify ownership of this certificate's domain(s)in order to
>>>> upload it
>>> Ssl certificates namecheap for *.my_domain.com.
>>> Although webmaster tool added website property for my_domain.com and
>>> what happens ?
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