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Bug 1726

Call REST web service that uses a client certificate (x509) 04 January, 2019

Thierry Garrigues
10 October, 2018
Product: PowerBuilder Category: Other
Version: 2017 R3 Publishing: Public
Status: Analyzing Priority: P3
Classification: Enhancement Resolution:
Thierry Garrigues 04 January, 2019
The French government requires these suppliers to dematerialize invoices in the format (UBL Universal Business Language). They provide an API (REST) that requests authentication with a client certificate (x509)
Here are some links on these APIs:

You can use SOAPUI to test case : See chapter 5.5
see  20180914100039CHORUS PRO SOAPUI.pdf
Julie Jiang @Appeon 04 January, 2019
Hi Garrigues,

Can you please provide us a test case, or more detailed use case description, about the request below?  We need more information to evaluate whether it is necessary to implement the feature.

Best regards,
Mark Lee 14 October, 2018
Hi Garrigues,

Thanks for reporting this problem and for your valuable suggestion. 
We'll record it as a new requirement/enhancement request.
We'll transfer it to our product team for consideration. 

Currently PB 2017 R3 doesn’t yet support client certificate (x509) to authenticate the calling application.

We suggest that you use OAuth 2.0 authorization server to implement this function. Please refer to the following link: 

Mark Lee
Govinda Lopez 12 October, 2018
Hi Garrigues,

I will send this as an enhancement request to our engineering team.

Thierry Garrigues 12 October, 2018

Can we hope to have this feature in a future version of PowerBuilder?

Thank you
Govinda Lopez 10 October, 2018
Hi Garrigues,

These are the supported  SSL protocols: TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1, TLS 1.2, SSL 2.0, and SSL 3.0.

You may find more information here:

Thierry Garrigues 10 October, 2018

How to call a REST web service that uses a client certificate (x509) to authenticate the calling application ?

Best regards

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