Java key store file download process


Step 1 Click on the tenant ID.

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Step 2 Go to Deployed Artifact Tab.

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Step 3 Export the System.jks file on your local desktop. [ look on your Right hand side on the screen ]

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Step 4 : Downloaded JKS file will look like following


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Step 5: Download freeware editor from Internet. – E.g in my case


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Step 6: Try to open exported JKS file with downloaded freeware tool.

          It will prompt for the password.

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Step 7:  Once you are able to open the JKS file with required password, it will look like following.


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Step 8: Add the required new certificates in it.

Note : Do remember to keep a Backup copy of your previous version.


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Step 9: Save the updated system.jks file with same name and proper extension.  

Java key store file upload process

Step 10: Click on the tenant ID.

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Step 11: It will open a wizard. Select keystore from the wizard tool

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Step 12: It will open another window” Deploy Keystore”.

Select the Tenent ID, system.jks file from your local system and its password is required and deploy.


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  1. M. Jaspers

    Hi Prabhat,

    Nice blog.

    Just one remark, as far as I know the keystore can only be maintained when working with the developer edition of HCI (which is a separate license).

    The keystore of the other editions of HCI can only be maintained by SAP LOD OPS.

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