ADDWBLROOT


ADDWBLROOT - Add Commerce Trusted Root

The ADDWBLROOT command is used to add a trusted root to a specified keylist file. You will need to add a trusted root for your certifying authority if you will be obtaining a signed server certificate from a vendor other than VeriSign. Since the trusted root file must be in a specific format to be successfully added, you must contact your distributor to obtain a valid trusted root file for your certifying authority.

IMPORTANT: Make a backup copy of the keylist file after the trusted root is successfully added. If something should happen to the original (e.g., deleted, damaged) the backup would then be used.


ADDWBLROOT Parameters

ROOTFILE - Trusted Root File
Specifies the full-path to the file that contains the trusted root for your certifying authority. You must contact your distributor to obtain a trusted root file that is in the required format.

PASSWORD - Password
The current password used to encrypt the server's keylist file. The keylist file password was initially set with the CRTWBLKEY command. The password can be changed with the CHGWBLKPWD command. If the password is case-sensitive it must be enclosed in single quotes.

KEYFILE - Keylist File
Specifies the full-path to the keylist file that was created with the CRTWBLKEY command. The keylist file stores the public and private keys, server certificate, and trusted roots used by Webulator/400. Ensure that only authorized users have access to the keylist file. The server user profile must have access to read the keylist file.

The default keylist file is '/WBL/Key/KeyList.Cfg'.

IMPORTANT: Make a backup copy of the keylist file after the trusted root is successfully added. If something should happen to the original (e.g., deleted, damaged) the backup would then be used.


Authorizing a User to ADDWBLROOT

A user that does not have *ALLOBJ special authority must be authorized as follows to run the ADDWBLROOT command: or