Generate signing certificate

Hi There, i need to generate certificates for a Mendix application that runs on the Mendix cloud to integrate with a banking API.   any thoughts on how this can be done on the Mendix cloud since we dont have direct access to the OS on our Mendix. please see the banking instructions below. ===============================================   Here is how you can generate this certificate yourself using OpenSSL: # 1. Generate a new RSA private key $ openssl genrsa -out server.key 2048 -passout pass: # 2. Generate the X.509 Certificate Signing Request $ openssl req -sha256 -new -key server.key -out server.csr # 3. Sign the X.509 certificate with your own private key $ openssl x509 -req -sha256 -days 365 -in server.csr -signkey server.key -out server_public.crt Certificate requirements We enforce the following restrictions for the certificates you upload: Requirements for the TLS and HTTP Signature certificate Public key algorithm: RSA-2048 bits or higher Signature algorithm: SHA-256 bits or higher Valid upon upload Certificate lifespan must not exceed 39 months TLS and HTTP Signature certificates are different
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Hi Han,

I'm not completely sure if this will work for your requirement but recently I had to generate a certificate using openssl. I found this nice program with a GUI that generated the Cert along with public/private key pair.


You could also check out the jwt module. There is a java action to create a keypair. From there you can use openssl to create a cert.


Hope this helps!