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To make a https request from HxGN SMAT Connector for Jovix API, you must create and configure Oracle Wallet. This section details the steps to create and configure an Oracle Wallet.

Download SSL Certificates

  1. Add the https url (https://<iis_servername>/HxGNSMATConnectorJovix/) in a browser address bar.

  2. Click Show/View site information in the browser and then click Certificate.

    Certificate pop-up displays.

  3. In the Certificate pop-up, select Certification Path.

  4. Select root certificate and then click View Certificate.

    Certificate pop-up displays.

  5. In the Certificate pop-up, select the Details tab and then click Copy to File.

    Certificate Export Wizard displays.

  6. Click Next.

  7. Select the export file format as Base-64 encoded X.509 (.CER) and then click Next.

  8. Select a folder to save the certificate, click Next, and then click Save.

  9. Repeat steps 4 through step 8 to add all the root and intermediate certificates.

Create a wallet

  1. Open Oracle Wallet Manager.

  2. Click New and then click Yes to create a default wallet directory.

  3. Click Yes to continue to create a wallet.

  4. Type the wallet password and then reconfirm the password.

  5. Click No to create a certificate request.

  6. To import the certificates, select the empty certificate and click Operations > Import Trusted Certificate.

  7. Select the option Select a file that contains the certificate and then click OK.

  8. Navigate and select the certificates from the certificate folder, and then click Open.

    The certificates are added to the Trusted Certificates list.

  9. Save the Oracle Wallet to a folder location on a machine where the PL/SQL code can access the wallet.

  10. Pass the following details to the CIP mi_jvx_pck_config_custom.get_wallet_details:

    • Oracle wallet location to o_wallet_location in the following format:


      For example, 'file:D:\wallet\Hxjvx'

    • Oracle wallet password to o_wallet_password in the following format: