When trying to install an SSL certificate with Oracle wallet manager, you receive the following error:
The "ERROR:-User certificate installation failed Oracle Wallet Manager" error message is typically encountered when a user is trying to install a user certificate into the Oracle Wallet Manager, but the installation fails.
This error can occur for a number of reasons, including:
The certificate file is not in the correct format
The certificate file is not in the correct location
The certificate file is missing the private key
The certificate file is missing the certificate chain
The certificate file is not the correct one
The Oracle Wallet Manager is not configured correctly
The Oracle Wallet Manager does not have the required permissions to access the certificate file
To resolve this issue, you should first verify that you are using the correct certificate file, that it is in the correct format and location, and that the private key, certificate chain, and root CA certificate are included in the file.
You should also check that the Oracle Wallet Manager is configured correctly and that it has the required permissions to access the certificate file.
You can also check if the certificate is not expired or not yet valid before importing.
It is also important to note that if you are installing the certificate on an Oracle database server, you should consult the server's documentation for specific instructions on how to configure the SSL/TLS certificate.
If the problem persists, you may want to seek assistance from your IT support team or the certificate authority that issued the certificate.