I’m having an issue trying to setup my RoR app to use a particular
certificate for an XML transaction… The certificate I’m given is a
.p12 file, containing 3 certificates and a private key. The certificates
are: CA root, CA intermediate, and CA issuing. This is the first time
I’ve really done any kind of secure XML send / receive transaction and
I’m getting a bit stuck – perhaps you all can drop some knowledge on me
So I’ve converted my .p12 certificate into a .cer (with the 3
certificates inside, marked by —BEGIN CERTIFICATE— and —END
CERTIFICATE—) and .key file (with the private key).
Here’s my ruby code. I’ve mostly been testing in console.
url = URI.parse(test_url) # Testing
http = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port)
http.use_ssl = true
response = http.post(url.host, known_good_xml)
Here is the result of the last line:
OpenSSL::SSL::SSLError: SSL_CTX_use_PrivateKey:: key values mismatch
Since I’m new to this, I’m having a hard time trying to figure out
whether my problem is with my cert, my ruby code, or whatever…
Any and all help is appreciated!