Step 1. Install SAPGENPSE: The first step is to install SAPGENPSE on your system. This can typically be done by downloading the SAPGENPSE package from the official SAP website and installing it according to the instructions provided.
Step 2. Create a Security Profile: Once SAPGENPSE is installed, you can create a security profile using the command
'sapgenpse gen_pse -p <profile_name> -x <profile_password>'
This will create a security profile that will be used to generate the key pair and CSR.
Step 3. Generate a Key Pair: You can then generate a key pair using the command
'sapgenpse gen_key -p <profile_name> -x <profile_password> -n <key_name> -r <key_size>'
This will create a key pair with the specified key name and key size.
Step 4. Create a CSR: Once the key pair is generated, you can create a CSR using the command
'sapgenpse gen_csr -p <profile_name> -x <profile_password> -n <key_name> -o <csr_file_name>'
This will create a CSR file with the specified file name, which will be used to request a digital certificate from a certificate authority.
Step 5. Provide Information: When you run the command to generate the CSR, you will be prompted to provide information such as the organization name, location, and contact details. This information will be included in the CSR and will be used by the certificate authority to validate your request.
Step 6. Submit the CSR: Once the CSR is generated, you will need to submit it to a certificate authority (CA) for validation and signing. This can typically be done by uploading the CSR to the CA's website, or by sending it via email or fax.
Step 7. Receive the Signed Certificate: Once the CA has validated your information and signed your CSR, you will receive a signed certificate. This certificate will typically be in the form of a .pem or .crt file, which can be imported into the Trust Manager for use with SAP WebDispatcher.