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Secure socket layer (SSL) failure. error code -54: unable to get local issuer certificate (9318)

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EnvironmentProduct: Progress
Version: 9.1C, 9.1D, 9.1E
Product: OpenEdge
Version: 10.x, 11.x
OS: All Supported Platforms
Question/Problem Description
Error 9318 when AppServer tries to use SSL to connect to the database.
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Using self-signed certificate.
Error does not occur when attempting connection from developers workstation.
Error MessageSecure socket layer (SSL) failure. error code -54: unable to get local issuer certificate (9318)
Secure Socket Layer (SSL) failure. error code -54: unable to get local issuer certificate <Certificate Name> from <DLC>\certs (9318)
Defect/Enhancement Number
Cause
The hashed certificate file created by the developer was not copied to the AppServer's installation directory certs folder.
Resolution
Copy the hash file referenced in the error (9318) message into the certs folder of the OpenEdge installation directory.  If only a .cer or .pem file is provided then use the certutil -import command to import it into our certificate store.

The hash file will be <filename>.0 in the error message.

Example:
Secure Socket Layer (SSL) failure. error code -54: unable to get local issuer certificate 2edf7016.0 from c:\dlc\certs (9318)
Workaround
Notes
References to other Documentation:

Progress article(s):
000066579, Is it possible to change OpenEdge AppServer SSL certificates location?
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Last Modified Date5/4/2016 4:25 PM
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