OK, thanks to all of you.
I'm going to ask it from my customer and find a command line to convert p7b with the private key.


Gratefully (at the end ;),

Guillaume ROQUES

Le 20:59, Fastream Technologies a écrit :
Private keys are created during CSR (Certificate Signing Request) creation.
He who ordered the cert should have it.
Best Regards,

Subzero
On Fri, Oct 7, 2011 at 17:43, ROQUES Guillaume
<guillaume.roq...@canyon.fr>wrote:

So as my customer bought a wildcard certificate, it must include a private
key or do I need to generate one ?

Actually, the problem comes from me or the customer ?


Gratefully,

Guillaume ROQUES
<http://www.canyon.fr/>

Le 20:59, Arno Garrels a écrit :

ROQUES Guillaume wrote:

  And ICS logger says :
15:57:49:896 InitCtx>   OpenSSL version: OpenSSL 0.9.8h 28 May 2008
15:57:49:897 error:0906D06C:PEM routines:PEM_read_bio:no start line
error:140B0009:SSL routines:SSL_CTX_use_**PrivateKey_file:PEM lib

So I checked MyCertificate.pem and I've got 3 blocks :

Without a private key it doesn't work. InitContext raises an exeption
in such case.

The private key has to be converted to PEM format as well, preferably
to a separate PEM file in your case and property SslPrivKeyFile should
point to it.

BTW: If you would not eat exceptions you would have got that error
message sooner and easier.

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